Tesla Tweaks Website to Show Rectangular Buttons, Sharp Corners like Cybertruck

tesla website buttons

Tesla has modified its website design to introduce rectangular buttons, eliminating the pill-shaped designs from before.

The electric automaker’s main site now shows “custom order” and “existing inventory” buttons as rectangles, while on configuration pages, rounded corners are a thing of the past, as sharp rectangular buttons are now commonplace, seemingly leading us towards the launch of Cybertruck in mid-2023.

Here’s the new design below, for example:

tesla rectangle buttons website

…and here’s the old design:

tesla website old buttons

The change was seen last night by numerous Tesla fans, including @corey_aronson.

We first started seeing rectangular buttons in the Tesla mobile app on its main screen at the bottom, as ‘Specs & Warranty’ and ‘Manage Drivers’ buttons are similarly showing with the same design.

Rounded corners from the design of Tesla’s Model S/X and Model 3/Y are set to get turned upside down when the sharp corners and straight lines of Cybertruck make their debut next year, with Elon Musk saying first deliveries will be set for mid-2023.