Kevin has been involved in the custom automotive scene since he bought his first mini-truck in high school and began modifying it. He also has interest in sustainability, DIY projects, and various forms of fabrication. Seeing improved technology of batteries, he has made a concentrated effort over the last few years to transition away from fossil fuels. From lawn care to automotive.

Cybertruck Off-Road Package Update: Master the Roughest Terrain

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Tesla’s Cybertruck has been turning heads since its debut, and the latest off-road package update promises to elevate its rugged capabilities even further. For adventurers and off-road enthusiasts, this update introduces a suite of new features designed to enhance the Cybertruck’s performance on challenging terrains. Here’s a closer look at what’s new. A week after we took delivery our Cybertruck, we received an over-the-air software update that included the initial release of the off-road package. Here’s what it currently includes! Overland Mode: Steady Handling Across Varied Terrain The Overland Mode now boasts advanced features to provide more consistent handling and better overall traction. Whether you’re navigating rock-strewn paths, gravel roads, deep snow, or sandy trails, the Cybertruck’s enhanced Overland Mode is designed to keep you steady and in control. The updates ensure that the vehicle adapts to different surfaces, improving grip and stability for a smoother ride. Baja Mode: Ultimate Control and Flexibility For those who crave high-speed off-roading thrills, the updated Baja Mode delivers. With vehicle balance optimization and freer handling when Stability Assist is set to manual, drivers can now enjoy a more dynamic driving experience. The new Terrain slider allows for fine-tuning of the vehicle’s performance across various off-road conditions, giving you the ultimate control to tackle everything from dunes to desert tracks. Locking Differentials: Conquer the Unconquerable One of the standout additions to the Cybertruck’s off-road arsenal is the inclusion of locking differentials. This feature is crucial for traversing uneven or slippery terrains where a wheel may lose traction. By engaging the locking differentials, the Cybertruck can distribute power more evenly across all wheels, helping it move through low-traction environments effortlessly. To use the locking differentials, you can select from options available in the vehicle status area or through the Off-Road app on the touchscreen. This feature is not only essential for hardcore off-roading but can also be beneficial in everyday scenarios, such as getting unstuck from a snow bank. However, it’s important to use caution—engaging the locking differentials on high-traction surfaces like asphalt can damage the drivetrain. Always refer to the Owner’s Manual before utilizing this feature. Trail Assist: Focus on Steering Trail Assist is designed to maintain a steady cruising speed on rough or steep terrain, allowing you to concentrate on steering. Unlike traditional cruise control, Trail Assist stays active even when you brake, resuming the set speed as soon as you release the pedal. This feature can be adjusted via the right scroll wheel, making it easy to control your speed without taking your eyes off the path ahead. To enable Trail Assist, navigate to Controls > Dynamics > Off-Road Mode > Trail Assist. Remember, this feature does not automate steering or obstacle avoidance, so remain vigilant and ready to take immediate action. Refer to the Owner’s Manual for detailed instructions on using Trail Assist effectively. Conclusion With these updates, Tesla’s Cybertruck off-road package is more capable than ever. The enhanced Overland Mode, new Baja Mode, locking differentials, and Trail Assist collectively make this vehicle a formidable force in any off-road scenario. Whether you’re tackling rocky trails, sandy deserts, or snowy paths, the Cybertruck is equipped to handle it all. Embrace the adventure with confidence and enjoy the unparalleled performance of Tesla’s latest innovations.

How to Clean Finger Prints from Cybertruck Stainless Steel

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Cleaning your Tesla Cybertruck requires special attention to maintain its appearance, particularly due to its stainless steel panels. Unfortunately, finger prints on the exterior of the Cybertruck have been a common complaint. Finger prints on the Cybertruck often come from people opening and closing the doors. Here’s a quick guide based on Tesla’s recommendations: Cybertruck Finger Prints: Recommended Glass Cleaner While some have used and been happy with liquid glass cleaners such as Windex, many more have gone with an ammonia free foaming glass cleaner from Sprayway. I was first introduced to this product when I had the windows tinted on my first truck many, many years ago. Sprayway seems to continue to be a top choice amongst tint installers. The foaming solution will not run down the sides of your vehicle nearly as much as a liquid glass cleaner. Spot Cleaning the Cybertruck Additional Tips: By following these steps, you can effectively remove fingerprints and small stains from your Cybertruck, keeping it looking sleek and new. There are other products such as Bar Keeper’s Friend people have used, but a glass cleaner often works for most smaller cleaning touchup jobs. We’ll have more soon on recommendations for cleaning the entire exterior of the Cybertruck. Be sure to check out more of our Cybertruck content!

Tesla Cybertruck Towing Capacity Compared to Other Gas Trucks

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When Tesla unveiled the Cybertruck, its futuristic design and impressive specs quickly made headlines for it’s polarizing design. In this blog post, we’ll compare the towing capacity of the Cybertruck to other similar-sized trucks to see how it stacks up. Tesla Cybertruck: A Brief Overview Before diving into comparisons, let’s quickly recap the Cybertruck’s key specifications: These figures position the Cybertruck as a serious contender in the truck market. But how does it compare to its competitors? Ford F-150 The Ford F-150 has long been a leader in the truck market. Known for its reliability and versatility, the F-150 offers several configurations and towing capacities depending on the model. The F-150 outshines the Cybertruck in maximum towing capacity and payload, but the Cybertruck’s futuristic features and electric powertrain present a different kind of appeal. Chevrolet Silverado 1500 The Chevrolet Silverado 1500 is another heavyweight in the truck world. Known for its robust performance and durability, the Silverado offers a strong competition. While the Silverado has a slightly higher towing capacity compared to the Cybertruck, its payload capacity is marginally lower. RAM 1500 The RAM 1500 is praised for its smooth ride and luxurious interiors, in addition to its towing capabilities. The RAM 1500’s towing and payload capacities are competitive, though still not quite reaching the Ford F-150’s maximum towing prowess. GMC Sierra 1500 The GMC Sierra 1500 offers a blend of performance, technology, and premium features, making it a strong competitor in the truck market. Similar to the Silverado, the Sierra 1500 slightly exceeds the Cybertruck’s towing capacity but matches its payload closely. Conclusion The Tesla Cybertruck’s towing capacity of up to 11,000 lbs puts it in a competitive position among some of the most popular trucks on the market. However, range of electric vehicles when towing is greatly reduced. For those prioritizing maximum towing capacity, the Ford F-150 remains the leader. However, for those looking for a blend of futuristic technology, impressive towing and payload capacities, and sustainability, the Cybertruck is an exciting option worth considering. As the truck market evolves, the introduction of electric models like the Cybertruck will continue to push the boundaries of what these vehicles can achieve.

2 Ways How to Open the Tesla Cybertruck Glovebox: A Quick Guide

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Opening the glovebox in a Tesla Cybertruck is a simple process that can be done either through the touchscreen interface or using a voice command. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you access and secure your glovebox. Opening the Glovebox To open the glovebox, you have two options: Please note, as of now, there isn’t a voice command available to close the glovebox. This could be a built-in safety feature. You’ll still need to go through the touchscreen to close it. Closing the Glovebox To close the glovebox, just touch the Glovebox button which will now say “Tap to Close” on the touchscreen. Enhancing Glovebox Security For additional security, you can set a 4-digit PIN: Important Notes However, it does not lock when you lock the Cybertruck by touching the lock icon on the touchscreen. Safety Warning Always keep the glovebox closed while driving. An open glovebox can pose a risk of injury to passengers in the event of a collision or sudden stop. By following these instructions, you can easily manage your Tesla Cybertruck’s glovebox, ensuring both convenience and security. Be sure to check out more of our Cybertruck content!

How to Fold the Cybertruck Rear Seats Up

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The Tesla Cybertruck offers a versatile solution for maximizing cargo space with its innovative rear seat design. The rear seats can be folded up to create additional storage space when needed. Here’s a quick guide on how to make the most of this feature. Folding Up the Rear Seats To create more room in the second row, the seat cushions can be folded upwards. The rear seat is split into two sections for added flexibility. Follow these steps: Folding Down the Rear Seats To return the seats to their original position, simply: Important Safety Tips By following these steps, you can easily maximize your Cybertruck’s cargo space while ensuring safety and convenience for all passengers. Happy driving! Be sure to check out more of our Cybertruck content!

Custom Rockler Murphy Bed Kit Build: Part 2 – Trimming

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When my wife first wanted to look at getting a bed for our small office space at our cabin, I knew I didn’t want it to be a full-time use of the limited space. I had seen Murphy bed’s online before, and quickly started exploring options. The DIY route quickly became the path I wanted to take. Eventually, I came across the Rockler I-Semble Murphy Bed Kit. It caught my eye for a couple of reasons: the cambered wood slats and hydraulic lifters. Unlike other kits that use springs, the hydraulic lifters in the Rockler kit promised smoother operation and greater durability. My primary focus was on getting the bed built so any guests we had over could use it. However, finishing the trim work was always on my to-do list, and now I finally got around to it. Here’s how I transformed my Murphy bed from functional to finished. The Initial Build: Function Over Form The Rockler I-Semble Murphy Bed Kit made the construction process straightforward. The cambered wood slats provided excellent support and comfort, while the hydraulic lifters ensured that the bed could be easily opened and closed without much effort. The Rockler Murphy Bed kit comes with all the necessary hardware, you just need to get the plywood you plan to use. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my original post on How to Build a Murphy Bed. The gap above the bed and laminated wood ply edges was a constant reminder that the job wasn’t completely done. With all of that out of the way, not it’s time to get this Muprhy bed trimmed out and finished. Starting the Trim Work: Framing the Gap The first step in my long-overdue trim project was to address the gap above the Murphy bed. I opted to frame it with 2x4s, which provided a sturdy and reliable base for the trim work. This step made sure that the the trim would have a solid foundation to easily attach to. Adding the Tongue and Groove Pine With the frame in place, it was time to move on to the tongue and groove pine boards. These would cover the exposed frame and give the Murphy bed a more finished and cohesive appearance. The pine slats I used were repurposed from a closet I removed to make room for our racing arcade cabinets in the game loft. The Finished Look The trim work closed up the gap above the Murphy bed and gave it a polished, built-in look. The natural wood grain of the pine added warmth and character to the room as it matches the same material used for the ceiling. These trim slats however have not had the same UV exposure and are currently quite a bit lighter. After time, they’ll darken just like the ceiling pieces. Reflections on the Project While the initial build was all about functionality, adding the trim has elevated the bed to a central feature in the room. The project wasn’t overly complicated, but the impact of the finished trim is significant. It’s a reminder that sometimes, it’s the small details that make the biggest difference. If you’re considering building a Murphy bed or have one that’s in need of some finishing touches, I highly recommend investing the time to complete the trim work. Not only does it improve the aesthetic appeal, but it also adds a sense of accomplishment and pride in your DIY project. Tools and Materials Used: Here’s a list of the tools and supplies I used for the trim work: Tips for a Successful Trim Project: Wiring You probably noticed I notched out a section of the slats for wires to pass through. These are the wiring for the hanging pendant lights I used in this room. I’m considering running this wire through a bead blasted metal conduit pipe. That will likely come in the next few months. Conclusion I’m sure several of us have unfinished projects, I have many. This is one I was completely focused on getting the core structure and functionality of the bed built, but knew I wouldn’t get back around to finishing it off with trim for a while. It took just over two years for me to get back around to this one, but I’m glad it didn’t take any longer. There can be a lot of time involved in detail work like this, but the end result makes a huge difference from something that can look half done to that completed masterpiece.

Tesla Cybertruck Black Camera Issue: Quick Fix Guide

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If you’re a Tesla owner, you know that the sleek, high-tech features of your vehicle can sometimes come with their own set of quirks. One such issue that many Tesla owners have encountered is the cameras going black. This can be particularly frustrating, especially On the Cybertruck when it happens to the rear camera when your tonneau cover is closed. Recently, I faced this issue with my Cybertruck, and it reminded me of similar problems I’ve had with my Tesla Model X. Here’s a quick guide on how to address this common issue. The Quick Fix: Scroll Wheel Reset The most effective and commonly used solution for resolving the black camera issue is performing a scroll wheel reset. Here’s how you can do it: Understanding the Problem Tesla vehicles are equipped with a suite of cameras that provide crucial assistance for driving, parking, and the advanced driver assistance systems. However, these cameras can occasionally fail to display correctly, showing a black screen instead. This problem is typically related to the software and can often be resolved with a simple reset. Additional Tips Personal Experience with the Scroll Wheel Reset This past weekend, the rear camera on my Cybertruck went black. Despite parking the truck for several hours, before coming back, the camera remained black screened. I’ve seen this before on other Tesla’s. Drawing from past experiences with my Tesla Model X, I performed the scroll wheel reset. Holding down both scroll wheels for 3 seconds did the trick – the system rebooted, and the rear camera was back in action. Conclusion While the scroll wheel reset can be an annoyance, especially if you have to do it while driving, it remains a reliable quick fix for many software-related issues in Tesla vehicles. Always remember to perform such resets when your vehicle is parked safely. If problems persist, don’t hesitate to contact Tesla support or service for a more thorough investigation. Owning a high-tech vehicle like a Tesla means occasionally dealing with these hiccups, but with a bit of patience and know-how, you can usually get back on the road with all systems functioning smoothly. Happy driving! Be sure to check out more of our Cybertruck content!

Tesla Cybertruck Range: Reality vs. Expectations

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The Tesla Cybertruck has been a subject of intense fascination and speculation since its dramatic unveiling in November 2019. Its futuristic design and promises of groundbreaking performance captivated the imagination of the public and the automotive industry alike. However, as production has begun, the reality of the Cybertruck’s range capabilities has sparked both disappointment and surprise among potential buyers and enthusiasts. The Tri-Motor Cybertruck: From Over 500 Miles to Just 320 Miles Originally, Tesla boasted that the tri-motor version of the Cybertruck would achieve over 500 miles of range on a single charge, a claim that set high expectations. This figure would have set a new standard for electric vehicle (EV) range, especially for a vehicle as robust and heavy as the Cybertruck. However, as production neared, Tesla updated their website to reflect a more conservative estimate of “up to 500 miles.” This subtle change hinted at potential challenges in meeting the initial promise. When the production models were finally unveiled in November 2023, the tri-motor CyberBeast was listed with a range of only 320 miles. This significant reduction has left many potential buyers disappointed. Many people who tow will likely find this below their practical needs. The AWD Model: Exceeding Expectations In contrast to the tri-motor version, the all-wheel-drive (AWD) dual-motor Cybertruck actually increased. Initially expected to achieve around 300 miles per charge, the production model has been rated at 340 miles of range. This improvement over the initial estimate demonstrates Tesla’s ongoing advancements in battery technology and efficiency, offering a silver lining to the otherwise mixed news about the Cybertruck’s range capabilities. The Single Motor RWD: Consistency in Expectations The single-motor rear-wheel-drive (RWD) version of the Cybertruck has remained consistent in its range estimates. Initially and upon production, it has been rated at 250 miles per charge. This consistency provides a reliable option for those who prioritize cost-effectiveness and do not require the extended range of the more expensive models. The Battery Extender: A Costly and Cumbersome Solution To address the range concerns, Tesla plans to offer an optional battery extender in late 2024. This extender will add up to 120 miles of additional range, potentially bringing the tri-motor Cybertruck closer to its originally claimed range. However, this solution comes with several significant caveats: For me personally, sacrificing a significant portion of the Cybertruck’s storage space isn’t an option I want to consider at this time. Tesla may change the design of the battery pack before it’s in production. I’d definitely want to see final dimensions to get a better understanding of how much space I’d be losing. The price is also a deterrent for me. Real World Cybertruck Range In the MotorTrend Road-Trip Range Test, the 2024 Tesla Cybertruck Dual Motor Foundation Series managed to travel 224 miles, falling 94 miles short of its official 318-mile range. It’s important to note that we don’t expect vehicles to meet or exceed their advertised range in this test. Our test is more demanding than the EPA procedure, aiming to give consumers a realistic estimate of how far they can drive on a long highway trip. We drive a round-trip loop at a steady 70 mph (much faster than the EPA test average) and utilize 95 percent of the battery capacity, as risking a dead battery is impractical. I believe Tesla has already made some software updates that improved the range. We’ve had our Cybertruck for a month now, I’ll definitely see how our real world Cybertruck range compares to the EPA ratings on future road trips. More Range in the Future for the Tesla Cybertruck? As Tesla’s track record shows, the company has consistently improved the range of its vehicles over the years. With advancements in battery technology and the introduction of larger battery packs, there’s a possibility that the Cybertruck could see similar enhancements in the future. Increasing Battery Density: The 4680 Cells One of the key components in Tesla’s strategy to extend range is increasing the density of their new 4680 battery cells. It has been hinted that the energy density of these cells could be increased by 10-20% by the end of the year. Such an improvement would translate directly into increased range for all Tesla vehicles, including the Cybertruck. Potential for Larger Battery Packs Insights from Munro and Associates A recent teardown of the Cybertruck by Munro and Associates has provided some intriguing insights. When they examined the battery pack, they discovered that it was only half full. This finding has led to widespread speculation that Tesla could introduce larger battery packs in the future, potential double the current capacity. This would obviously significantly boost the vehicle’s range. Currently, the Cybertruck’s battery pack holds 123 kWh. This would bring the Cybertruck closer to or even beyond its original promise of over 500 miles. Historical Trends and Future Expectations Tesla’s history provides a solid foundation for these speculations. Over the years, Tesla has increased the range of its vehicles through both hardware upgrades and software optimizations. For example, the Model S has seen its range increase from around 265 miles in 2012 to over 400 miles today. This trend suggests that the Cybertruck, too, could benefit from future enhancements. Continuous Improvement in Battery Technology Beyond just increasing the size of the battery pack, Tesla’s ongoing research and development in battery technology could yield further improvements. Enhancements in energy density, charging efficiency, and overall battery performance are continually being pursued. This commitment to innovation means that even without a physical increase in battery size, the Cybertruck’s range could still see significant gains. The Future of EV Range The possibility of more range in the future aligns with broader trends in the electric vehicle industry. As battery technology advances, the range anxiety that has long been a concern for potential EV buyers is gradually being alleviated. Longer ranges not only make EVs more practical for everyday use but also for long-distance travel, expanding their appeal to a wider audience. Conclusion – Should You Buy Now or Wait?

HomeLink and the Tesla Cybertruck: Exploring Your Options

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There is one feature conspicuously absent from the Cybertruck’s array of high-tech offerings: HomeLink. Unlike the Tesla Model S and Model X, the Cybertruck does not currently support HomeLink, a popular wireless control system that allows users to open their garage doors, gates, and more with ease. This has left many Cybertruck owners wondering about their options for seamless garage and gate access. What is HomeLink? HomeLink is a wireless control system integrated into many vehicles, allowing drivers to open and close their garage doors, gates, and even control home lighting systems without the need for separate remotes. It offers convenience and added security, integrating seamlessly into the car’s onboard systems. For Tesla owners, this means being able to control these functions through the car’s touchscreen interface. The Situation with the Cybertruck As of now, the Tesla Cybertruck does not support HomeLink. It’s unclear whether the Cybertruck has the necessary hardware that could be activated with a future over-the-air software update. Tesla does offer an Automatic Garage Door Opener integrated HomeLink module for the Model 3/Y, but it is unclear if one will be offered for the Cybertruck (assuming it doesn’t already have the hardware). The Homelink module for the Tesla Model 3/Y requires installation by a Tesla Service Center and currently costs $350 which includes the installation. This can come in cheaper than several years of MyQ subscriptions. Exploring Tesla Cybertruck Homelink Alternatives MyQ In the absence of HomeLink, Cybertruck owners do have an alternative: MyQ. MyQ is a smart garage door opener system that connects to your home’s WiFi network, allowing you to control your garage door through a smartphone app. This system can be integrated with the Cybertruck, providing a viable solution for those who need remote access to their garage. Advantages of MyQ: Drawbacks of MyQ: TeslaMate TeslaMate is an open-source data logger and monitoring tool designed for Tesla vehicles. It offers comprehensive insights into your car’s performance, energy usage, and driving habits through a user-friendly interface. While TeslaMate primarily focuses on data logging, its integration capabilities extend to home automation systems, making it a versatile tool for managing your vehicle and home environment. Advantages of TeslaMate: Potential for Garage and Gate Control: Although TeslaMate is not a direct replacement for HomeLink, its ability to integrate with home automation systems means it could be configured to control garage doors and gates, offering another layer of convenience for Cybertruck owners. This setup would require additional hardware and software configuration, making it a suitable option for those comfortable with DIY solutions and seeking to leverage the full potential of their smart home ecosystem. Phone App Alternatives Another option if you’re looking to avoid having to keep the often times bulky garage door opener in your vehicle is a Bluetooth module. I bought this GarageMax unit several years ago. It’s a fairly straight forward install and uses Bluetooth, not WiFi, so could potentially offer greater security from hackers. Unfortunately, this won’t help with those who have to open a gate. Looking Ahead While the absence of HomeLink in the Cybertruck is a notable omission, the situation may change. Tesla frequently updates its vehicles’ software, and it’s possible that HomeLink support could be added in the future. Until then, Cybertruck owners will need to explore alternatives like MyQ for their remote access needs. For those who rely heavily on automated gate systems or prefer a more integrated solution, it may be worth waiting to see if Tesla releases any updates or hardware solutions. In the meantime, MyQ provides a functional, albeit imperfect, alternative for managing garage access. Conclusion The Tesla Cybertruck’s lack of HomeLink support is a disappointment for some, but not without potential workarounds. MyQ offers a practical solution for garage door control, even if it comes with certain limitations. As Tesla continues to innovate and expand its vehicle capabilities, Cybertruck owners can remain hopeful for future updates that might bring HomeLink or other integrated solutions into the fold. For now, exploring available alternatives and understanding their benefits and limitations is the best approach to maintaining the convenience and security of automated garage and gate access. Be sure to check out more of our Cybertruck content!

The Tesla Cybertruck Screens: In-Vehicle Controls and Entertainment

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The Tesla Cybertruck is not just a marvel of futuristic design and engineering; it’s also a showcase of cutting-edge in-vehicle technology. Among its many impressive features, the Cybertruck boasts Tesla’s largest vehicle screen to date. An 18.5-Inch Infotainment Behemoth At the heart of the Cybertruck’s technological prowess is the massive 18.5-inch touchscreen centrally mounted on the dashboard. This display is the largest ever installed in a Tesla vehicle, surpassing even the Model S and X’s 17-inch screen. The sheer size of this screen transforms the Cybertruck’s cabin into a command center, offering an unparalleled interface for controlling every aspect of the vehicle. From navigation and media to climate control and vehicle settings, this expansive display ensures that all functions are just a touch away. The screen’s size is not merely for show; it enhances usability by providing a more spacious layout for apps and controls, reducing the need for scrolling and minimizing distractions. The high resolution and advanced graphics capabilities mean that everything from maps to movies looks stunningly crisp and clear. For drivers, this means easier access to essential information without taking their eyes off the road for too long. 9.4-Inch Rear Console Screen: Entertainment for Passengers Passengers in the back seats aren’t left out of the Cybertruck’s entertainment revolution. Mounted on the back of the center console is a 9.4-inch touchscreen, a feature that is particularly appealing for families and those who frequently travel with companions. This screen allows rear passengers to control their own media, climate settings, and even access a range of apps and entertainment options independently from the front display. This secondary screen ensures that everyone in the vehicle can enjoy a customized experience, whether it’s streaming their favorite shows, playing games, or simply adjusting the cabin environment to their liking. It turns long journeys into enjoyable adventures, making the Cybertruck an ideal vehicle for road trips. A Theater on Wheels Tesla’s description of the Cybertruck as a “theater on wheels” might sound like an exaggeration, but with these screen sizes and capabilities, it’s a claim that holds water. The combination of the 18.5-inch and 9.4-inch screens offers a multimedia experience that is unmatched in the automotive world. Whether you’re the driver benefiting from the expansive control and navigation capabilities of the main screen or a passenger enjoying personalized entertainment in the back, the Cybertruck ensures that every journey is both productive and enjoyable. Beyond Entertainment: A Glimpse into the Future The screens in the Cybertruck are not just about entertainment; they represent Tesla’s broader vision for the future of vehicles. By integrating such large, high-quality displays, Tesla is pushing the boundaries of what in-car technology can achieve. These screens are likely to support a range of advanced features, from autonomous driving interfaces to augmented reality overlays, positioning the Cybertruck as a forward-looking vehicle ready for the next decade of innovation. Conclusion The Tesla Cybertruck’s 18.5-inch and 9.4-inch touchscreens set a new benchmark for in-vehicle technology, turning the concept of a “theater on wheels” into a reality. They enhance the driving experience by providing easy access to a wide array of functions and entertain passengers with personalized media options. As Tesla continues to innovate, these screens will undoubtedly play a crucial role in defining the future of automotive technology. The Cybertruck is not just a vehicle; it’s a glimpse into the future of how we interact with our cars.