The Tesla Cybertruck will officially come in just one color - stainless steel. This reminds us of the days of the Ford Model T that was offered only in black. However, nowadays we have an easy option for changing car colors and it's called a wrap.
There was some speculation before suggesting that at least a few color options would be available for the Cybertruck, but we here at InsideEVs have long thought that the only feasible solution for other colors would be a wrap. Oddly enough, Musk even suggested that colors would be available, such as matte black, but he never clarified how that color would come to be.
So, what if stainless isn't to your liking? Here you can see the Tesla Cybertruck in hues like green, white, black, blue and even pink. Just imagine a pink pickup truck.
Gallery: More Tesla Cybertruck Colors
In stainless steel, the Tesla Cybertruck presents itself with a bold, new outward appearance. For some, this look has gone from strikingly bad, to acceptable, to give me that stainless electric pickup truck now.
For others though, the stainless exterior is just a bit too over the top. Luckily, there are countless photoshopped versions of the Cybertruck in different colors, including matte black, white, orange, green and blue.
The angular lines of the Tesla Cybertruck will make wrapping it very easy, so we suspect that will be the option most buyers will take if they prefer the truck in a hue other than its standard steel appearance.
Paint is an option too, though that makes it difficult to change colors over time. Tesla CEO Elon Musk did state that colors such as matte black would be offered, but stainless steel is not often painted and it's surely a complex and sort of pointless process, so wrapping will be the way to achieve different exterior colors.
Gallery: Colorful Tesla Cybertruck
In bullet form, here are some of the major specs for the Tesla Cybertruck:
- 500-mile range or possibly even more
- Seating for up to six
- Starting price of under $40,000
- Performance of a Porsche 911
- Meet or beat both the Ram and Ford F-150