The exhibition explores “the fall and rise of electric vehicles” and features other Tesla models, such as a prototype Model S and the Roadster. However, it’s the Cybertruck that has caused a lot of attention as the world readies for its release.
It has been set up in the exhibition to offer people a closer look, something they might not get for at least another year. The Cybertruck is expected to launch sometime in 2021 and has caused plenty of debate in the past, namely for its uniquely-styled stainless steel body and its window that shattered upon impact.
Take a look at the Tesla Cybertruck above, and see it in real life at the Petersen Automotive Museum’s “Alternating Currents” exhibition until June 27, 2020.
In other news, Tesla recently topped Toyota as the world’s most valuable automaker.