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Wednesday, 22 June 2022 10:58

Tesla’s Original Cybertruck Prototype Stuns at CVPR 2022 Conference

Written by Simon Alvarez, Teslarati
Tesla Director of Autopilot Software Ashok Elluswamy shared this photo June 21 of the original Cybertruck prototype on display at Tesla's booth at CVPR in New Orleans. Tesla Director of Autopilot Software Ashok Elluswamy shared this photo June 21 of the original Cybertruck prototype on display at Tesla's booth at CVPR in New Orleans. Ashok Elluswamy/Twitter

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Tesla has been showcasing the Cybertruck quite frequently as of late, with the all-electric pickup truck appearing at the Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition Conference (CVPR) in New Orleans recently.

The Cybertruck’s presence at the event came not long after Tesla brought the updated prototype of the all-electric pickup truck to Michigan International Speedway’s Formula FAE event. Tesla opted to bring its original Cybertruck prototype to CVPR instead.

 

A photo of the original Cybertruck prototype was shared on social media by Tesla’s Director of Autopilot Software Ashok Elluswamy, who invited attendees to visit the company’s booth.

 

Just like in previous sightings, the Cybertruck seemed to attract a lot of attention from the event’s attendees.

 

The original Cybertruck prototype features some differences compared to the most recent versions of the truck. The vehicle is still equipped with door handles, tires with aero covers, no side mirrors, no physical wipers, a fully-finished interior and a dashboard made of paper composite.

 

Some of these components, such as the vehicle’s dashboard, appear to have been changed in the updated Cybertruck prototype.

 

CVPR 2022 is expected to be the “largest gathering of professionals from across the world and from every aspect of the computer vision, machine learning and artificial intelligence industry,” per the event’s official website.

 

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