PHOTOS appear to show the inside of the new £32,000 Tesla Cybertruck with a detachable sleeping pod – but it’s divided opinion.
The snaps were posted to social media on Wednesday after they were reportedly taken at a day-long event Elon Musk held for Tesla shareholders.
The Tesla Cybertruck has been likened to a toddler’s Lego construction[/caption]
New snaps appear to show the inside of the truck[/caption]
One of the pics shows a monitor-sized dashboard screen with dangling wires, a spartan interior and a plastic pretzel-shaped steering wheel.
Another shows oblong seat levers poking out – but not the middle front seat eagerly sought by Cybertruck superfans.
The Cybertrunk has been displayed in public before, but this is the first time fans have had a glimpse of its interior.
Tesla enthusiasts were divided over the unconfirmed social media snaps of the motor.
One said: “Cybertruck’s interior looks like it came from a 1980’s low budget sci-fi prop piece.”
Another said: “The Rubbermaid interior looks cheap considering what you pay for a Cybertruck.”
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A third said: “It looks like something a four-year-old created with Lego blocks.”
The Cybertruck is expected to go on sale for £32,000 ($39,000) with optional add-ons like a £19,500 ($24,000) detachable sleeping pod.
It comes after Elon Musk was left red-faced when the Cybertruck’s so-called armoured glass was smashed by a metal ball during a live demonstration.
During a launch event in Los Angeles, Musk encouraged people to hit the vehicle with sledgehammers in an attempt to show of its impenetrable exterior.
However, a metal ball thrown by Tesla design chief Franz von Holzhausen proved too much for the motor, leaving two windows completely shattered.
Musk said “Oh my f***ing God – maybe that was a little too hard”, before stating there is some room for improvement.
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The car’s interior features dangling wires and stubby seat controllers[/caption]
Fans were disappointed by the absence of the front middle seat shown in artists’ impressions[/caption]