Tesla Adds Semi Images to Mobile App, References Cybertruck for First Time
Image via @Tesla_App_iOS
Tesla has updated its mobile app tonight and within the iOS app’s assets, we now see images of the Semi truck, ahead of its December deliveries.
The Semi visuals were spotted by Tesla App Updates (iOS), noting the electric automaker had added a variety of images showcasing the upcoming truck.
Below we see a large display in the middle of Semi, with what appears to be a wireless charging area for smartphones below, along with a small console area:
This image asset shows the left display for Semi, along with what appears to be a huge sun visor up top:
This image shows the driver’s seat, steering wheels, and area behind the driver, showing a fire extinguisher. We also see more of the center console and cupholders and some storage areas:
This picture shows the passenger seat area in the back:
Also for the first time, we are seeing references to the Cybertruck in the iOS app code, says @Tesla_App_iOS.
“And while they’re at it the first reference to the Cyber Truck have also arrived. Very early stages for this but right now the team at Tesla is using a Model Y asset if the car is detected as the truck also referenced as Model C for the model key,” said the account.
The screenshot of the Tesla app code highlighted below shows the reference to “C” for Cybertruck and the word “truck”. This letter comes after Model S, 3, X, Y, and is before the Semi:
Cybertruck will be produced at Gigafactory Texas and the first deliveries will take place in mid-2023, while currently in the “tooling stage”.
Update: Here are more 3D images of the Semi found in the Tesla app shared by @olympusdev_:
New iOS Tesla Update (4.14.3) adds Tesla Semi 3D model pic.twitter.com/PUrHhTdhve
— OlympusDev (@olympusdev_) November 11, 2022