We finally found the Tesla Cybertruck's mirrors!

They were just very well hidden

1y ago

Few people think that the Cybertruck will go into production because of its sharp design. In Europe, for example, its approval will be particularly difficult due to pedestrian safety standards. The other striking detail is the absence of mirrors on the pickup truck. Will Tesla have to add them?

Not really in reality since they are already present and operational! These are camera mirrors as on the Audi E-Tron and Honda e. The big difference is that these mirrors are extremely well integrated into the vehicle's body, unlike the two cars mentioned above.

The big question that naturally arises is the following: where are these camera mirrors located? The answer comes from Vincent, who posted on Twitter the exact location of these cameras. The latter are integrated into the Cybertruck's fenders. It is very aesthetic but also very aerodynamic.

We then come to a second question: where will the images from these cameras be transmitted? It is likely that screens will simply be added to the dashboard of the vehicle! Be careful, however, if camera mirrors are allowed in Europe, they are still prohibited in the United States. Tesla therefore has two solutions: either change the cameras to mirrors or force the American government to change the laws.

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Comments (11)

  • Sorry ... illegal in the US....and I stand by this art work!

      1 year ago
    • The laws are likely to change. If not, Tesla will add mirrors.

        1 year ago
  • So the car has a structure that’s allowed in the U.S., but not in Europe, but “mirrors” that are allowed in Europe, but not in the U.S. Where do they plan on selling this thing? Or did they just not look at basic legislation?

      1 year ago
  • Lot of cleaning during the winter month.

      1 year ago
  • Aye. Can see them now. Don't think its coming to europe😒

      1 year ago
  • The Cybertruck as all-around cameras, just like every other Tesla, to feed the semi-autonomous driving capability. I understand that new legislation in the States is going through, that legalises rear view cameras instead of unaerodynamic mirrors. I would expect the EU and likely Brexit Britain to follow suit. New tech always trumps old tech and legislation follows behind.

      1 year ago