Petersen Automotive Museum Extends Cybertruck Display to July 5th

The Tesla Cybertruck stands tall as a milestone in electric vehicle innovation. Although the vehicle has not yet seen public release, its name has generated excitement since its initial reveal. The Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California put the electric truck on display June 19th as part of its grand reopening following coronavirus shutdowns. The original display, meant to run for a week until June 26, has been extended due to large public turnout.

According to a new story from Automotive News, the Petersen Automotive Museum plans to extend the Cybertruck display through Sunday, July 5th, 2020. The decision follows an outpour of public support for the display. Numbers from the museum exhibit also demonstrate public interest in Tesla’s forthcoming electric truck. Pictures of the museum display began surfacing online last week.

While the excitement for the Tesla Cybertruck mounts, Tesla has still not decided on a location for its next factory. The factory, meant to produce the Cybertruck, will likely be located in Texas or Oklahoma. Tulsa and Austin appear to be key contenders for Tesla’s next move, as demonstrated by a number of campaigns and incentives presented by the cities. The Cybertruck has been a major point of publicity for Tesla since its original reveal. As showcased by the success of the display at the Petersen Automotive Museum, people are still eager to get their hands on the truck.