Sunday, December 10, 2023

Tesla cybertrucks were spied awaiting crash testing as apparent rollover test victim revealed minimal damage at Texas Gigafactory

Recently shared images online showed Tesla’s upcoming pickup truck in a new electric blue camouflage wrap, but before that we saw the images that gave us a hint at the Cybertruck’s admirable performance in a side rollover crash test https://www.notebookcheck. net/Tesla-Cybertruck-crash-test-aftermath-reignites-safety-questions-due-to-failed-suspension-and-minimal-body-damage-after-rollover-test.747996.0.html. However, @JoeTegtmeyer recently posted pictures of four Cybertrucks X (aka Twitter) in a hangar at the Tesla Gigafactory in Texas, awaiting crash tests.

The Cybertrucks in question are all covered in tarpaulins, but the angular silhouette is easily recognizable as an electric pickup. In the images you can see the equipment corresponding to the crash tests: one of the Cybertrucks is already on a rotisserie (an elevator with a rotating platform that allows technicians to clearly see all angles of the vehicle), while the others are on are parked in various locations inside and outside the test facilities.

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Perhaps the most interesting image of the property shows a Cybertruck parked in the dirt next to the hangar. The device in question appears to have already undergone some testing, as it is missing at least part of the windshield and the roof on the driver’s side is damaged. This can be seen by the tarpaulin covering the car and the damage suggests that it may also have undergone rollover testing or possibly side impact testing, with the former more likely than the latter. A full side impact test would likely cause more visible damage despite the stainless steel skin.

It remains to be seen whether the Cybertruck will pass the tests and whether the added rigidity of stainless steel will impact the vehicle in the event of an accident. However, the biggest safety question is how other vehicles and pedestrians will behave in the event of a collision with the vehicle. Cybertruck, given sharp edges and large size.

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Another indication of the Cybertruck’s ongoing safety assessment is the claim that Tesla is preparing it for its upcoming launch.

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