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Tesla’s Autonomous Cybercab To Have 2 Seats, Scissor Doors, And Covered Rear Wheels

  • The Tesla Cybercab – a.k.a. Robotaxi – appeared in an official teaser 2 months before its unveiling.
  • The autonomous EV will have a two-seater cabin without a steering wheel
  • The aerodynamic exterior features two upwards-opening doors, a sleek roofline, and covered wheels at the back.

In a surprise move, Tesla showed us bits of the upcoming Cybercab, which is set to debut on August 8. An official video shows what is believed to be the interior of the autonomous EV featuring a two-seater layout, alongside a few sketches that reveal its sleek shape.

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The short video clip was published by Tesla on X (formerly Twitter) to promote two “especially important proposals” for its Annual Meeting of Stockholders. The highlight is of course the Cybercab teasers, appearing in quick cut-off scenes among other Tesla products and Elon Musk’s quotes.

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The official sketches depict an interior without a steering wheel and two pillowy bench-style seats. We also get to see a large display mounted on the dashboard, similar to the portrait-style infotainment touchscreen found in production Teslas. Furthermore, the interior mockup suggests the Cybercab will have a glass roof and a large boot.

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The exterior sketches are less visible in the background, but reveal a few information about the design. The big news is that Tesla chose upwards opening doors for the upcoming fully autonomous model. The mechanism appears to be somewhere in between Lamborghini’s scissor doors and McLaren’s butterfly doors. We can also distinguish the aerodynamic silhouette of the EV including a sloping roofline and covered rear wheels, giving it a futuristic stance.

Earlier in the video there is a photo of the lower front bumper area, revealing Cybertruck-esque surfacing, a dark-finished bumper, and an integrated splitter. At this moment it is hard to confirm if all the bits belong to the Cybercab Robotaxi, as they could also depict Tesla’s other future projects.

The video also gave us a glimpse of Tesla’s new ride-hailing application which will likely be used to call the robotaxi. The Cybercab is expected to be fully autonomous, using an evolved version of Tesla’s Full-Self Driving system. Despite the name, the latter is a Level 2 ADAS that requires the driver to “pay attention to the road at all times and always be prepared to take immediate action”.

We will learn more about the Cybercab at its official unveiling in August. At the event, Tesla is expected to announce the specifications of the EV and show us the final design for the exterior and the interior.

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