Elon Musk sent the Tesla community to a frenzy with his mysterious teaser of Tesla's upcoming truck.
Here's how people try to understand the image teaser:
Musk published the first image of Tesla's electric pickup truck teaser, which he describes as a & # 39; cyberpunk & # 39; and inspired by Blade Runner.
The image is displayed on a screen for a few seconds after Model Y comes out but appears, everyone has missed it so he decided to release it on Twitter.
It's hard to understand what part of the & # 39; Tesla cyberpunk truck & # 39; what we were looking for in the teaser:
A group of Tesla detectives has been released to try to read the image and better understand what we are looking for exactly.
Shawn Sparling tried to develop a rough 3D model based on his interpretation of the image as the hood of Tres Tesla Pickup and he sent Electrek several shots:
The part in the teaser image was apparently long for a hood, but it may make sense to have a long hood with a large & # 39; frunk & # 39; for contained freight space.  They looked different and used the previous image of a Tesla Semi truck based on the truck that Musk released two years ago. They think that the teaser may be misleading and may be the front end of the truck (by u / LukeTospace on Reddit):
While the original photo was officially released by Tesla, it is never clear if a Tesla Semi-based pickup truck is something that really comes into production.
Here is another teaser definition strategy with more conventional designs (by / TheAmazingAaron at Reddit):
This is an interesting approach, but it's not my personal favorite.
Here's one more than an out-of-the-box interpretation of the teaser image, but it's really my favorite today (via waytomuchsparetime on Reddit):
The Redditor believes it will be a more aerodynamic approach to a pickup truck and it would be appropriate to mention the Musk of a & # 39; cyberpunk & # 39; look.
Which one is your favorite? Do you have a self interpretation of the Tesla truck teaser? Let us know in the comments section below.