White Tesla Cybertruck Gets the World's First Custom Black Interior

This is the Tesla Cybertruck with a black leather interior 6 photos
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This is the Tesla Cybertruck with a black leather interiorThis is the Tesla Cybertruck with a black leather interiorThis is the Tesla Cybertruck with a black leather interiorThis is the Tesla Cybertruck with a black leather interiorThis is the Tesla Cybertruck with a black leather interior
Tesla started handing over the Cybertruck on November 30, 2024. However, five months later, the customization possibilities are still quite limited. They are reduced to several wrap colors, but there are no options for the interior of the vehicle.
Customers decided not to wait for Tesla to come up with something for the cabin. So they called on aftermarket Tesla specialists to make their space more exciting and better looking.

When it rolls off the production line at the Giga Texas, the Cybertruck sports the stainless steel body, which can't be painted but can be wrapped, and the black and white nothing-to-write-home-about interior.

Owners pay a lot to get their Cybertruck but can't customize its looks except by choosing one of the 11 film colors available. There are 11 right now, but the offer kicked off with only two: the Satin Stealth Black and Satin Ceramic White, each available for $6,000.

The most daring and expensive of them all are the Rose Gold, the Satin Crimson Red, Satin Abyss Blue, and Satin Iridescent Purple, which can be purchased for $6,500.

Yet, there is nothing for the interior. Until recently, when aftermarket specialists came up with several ideas. Here comes the first-ever custom black leather Cybertruck interior. The owner was not too fond of the white lower section of the dashboard.

Therefore, the dashboard, as well as the seats, door cards, and steering wheel, are covered in leather, while a contrasting red strip splits the dashboard in two, stretching along the door cards and surrounding the entire cabin space. What the experts used was Ferrari black leather.

The cabin customized like that bears the signature of aftermarket specialist T Sportline. The Los Angeles, California-based firm also wrapped the Cybertruck in a Satin White wrap, contrasting with the black interior.

The wrapping could not leave the Foundation Series logo uncovered, so the specialists had to recreate it on the front fenders.

The T Sportline team fitted the vehicle with 22-inch black fully-forged CT7 wheels, which are $4,995 a set, with Falcon all-terrain tires and red-painted brake calipers. The front calipers now display the "Cybertruck" lettering that Tesla never wrote on them but probably should have.

Last week, we reported about what must have been the world's first Cybertruck with a custom interior. The T Sportline team, experts in customizing Teslas "from mild to wild," reupholstered all seats and door cards, as well as the lower dashboard panel, contrasting with the all-black Alcantara headliner.

The red-leather-interior Cybertruck also wears fully-forged 22-inch units CT7 with Falcon all-terrain tires, but it is wrapped in Satin Black film.

So, the 2024 Tesla Cybertruck Foundation Series is customizable after all, inside out. It's just that Tesla isn't doing it.

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