A prototype of Tesla’s highly-anticipated Cybertruck may be headed to an upcoming Tesla owners meetup, according to a pair of vague tweets made by the automaker’s head.
With tickets now available on Eventbrite for the Tesla Silicon Valley Club’s California Tesla Takeover Event, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has responded to a thread about the event, suggesting that he and/or a Cybertruck prototype could be in attendance at the event.
After @ElonMusk tweeted a somewhat ambiguous “Probably” in response to the event on Sunday, the Tesla CEO followed up with another single-word tweet saying, “Cybertruck.”
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 20, 2022
In response, @Tesla Silicon Valley Club asked the Tesla CEO, “Are you coming to the event or is it just the Cybertruck?”
The event is set to take place on August 6, 2022, and will happen in San Luis Obispo, California at the fields located at the Madonna Inn.
Last month, Musk confirmed that the Cybertruck won’t be launching in 2022, saying “hopefully” it will launch in 2023.
Tesla has been showing off prototypes of the Cybertruck in recent months, just months ahead of the automaker’s opening of its new Gigafactory Texas facility.
The Texas factory was seen in full swing in a leaked video earlier this month, with a number of Model Y units apparently set for delivery.