Happen to be in Los Angeles or visiting soon and want to see the Tesla Cybertruck prototype in-person? Make sure to stop by the Petersen Automotive Museum on Wilshire Boulevard along Museum Row in the Miracle Mile neighborhood of Los Angeles. It’s currently one of the world’s largest automotive museums and has over 100 vehicles on display in its 25 galleries. Read more for two videos and additional information.
One secret you may not know about this museum is that half of the car collection not available for public viewing is kept in a vault, located on the basement level of the building. The ground floor mainly focuses on automotive artistry, while the second floor showcases industrial engineerin, which includes design, performance, and a collection of interactive teaching exhibits.
- Material:Alloy+ABS,rubber tire and solid structure
- The two sides of doors could be opened,the front cover could be opened too
- When you put on the button battery on the bottom,Open the doors,then it can come with Music and Light
- You can pull back the car,then it can move forwards even without battery
- Very suitable as children toys for birthday,Christmas gift, new year. Also it can be a gift for your boyfriend
In addition to the Cybertruck, other notable exhibits include a 1967 Ford MKIII GT40, 1956 Jaguar XKSS formerly owned by Steve McQueen, 2011 Ford Fiesta from Ken Block’s Gymkhana 3, and the 1992 Batmobile from Batman Returns.