Here’s a first unofficial look at Tesla’s new electric semi-truck, which was spotted on a small airstrip. On a side note, this testing ground is where the first Model S P85D was photographed as well. The vehicle is claimed to have a battery range of anywhere between 200 and 300 miles on a single charge. Continue reading for the uncropped image and more information.
“If you recall, that teaser image showed the front fascia of a tall semi that featured flared fenders with embedded daytime running lights. As you can see, this semi also has flared fenders, and the lights appear to be where we thought they’d be too. The semi truck will be unveiled at an event on Thursday, October 26th in Hawthorne, California,” reports Car Scoops.