The picture shows the bottom of the door is aligned with the rest of the body and deviates from it the higher it gets. Close to the windows, you could stick your finger in the gap it presents compared to the rear door. Zohoury presents another picture of a pretty badly finished bit of the electric pickup truck. We suspect it is the tailgate.
Answering Zohoury, Nick Thomas shared another picture of the A-pillar of the Cybertruck, stating that “it is almost unbelievable.” Apart from misaligned panels, we can also see a hole in the stainless steel and edges that make you wonder if you will not cut yourself when washing the vehicle.
As usual, Tesla apologists came to the rescue stating that it is only a prototype, making these defects forgivable. That would indeed be the case if they with development engineers. Using them to present the progress Tesla had so far gives a terrible impression, especially considering that the company does deliver vehicles with disastrous gaps as if they were “within specs.”
To make matters worse, the Twitter user Heikki also shared a picture of the Cybertruck that shows a steering yoke without the airbag module and in a steering column that must be a foot away from the dashboard. The steering column is also exposed. Again, it would be fine for an engineering vehicle, not for something you want to present to future customers – especially if it is reaching them a year from now, as Elon Musk promised.
This is almost unbelievable pic.twitter.com/uL8SiHSsUp— Nick Thomas ????????????? (@One_Nick_Thomas) April 8, 2022
This is the production #cybertruck right?— Heikki (@heikki_bear) April 8, 2022
???? The new proto when last time "leaked" made me think that they are really trying to do it. Now I am not so convinced
But doesn't prevent bulls from believing/spreading nonsense that the vehicle shown is somehow "production"$tsla $tslaq pic.twitter.com/x86N7f3StN