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A new Tesla Cybertruck release candidate was spotted with a new colorful digital camouflage wrap.

Do you think Tesla will offer factory/service wraps for the Cybertruck?

Tesla has rarely used camouflage or wraps on prototype vehicles, but as of late, it has been using wraps on the Cybertruck more frequently.

Many electric pickup trucks were spotted with camouflage wraps and lately, we have also seen a few Cybertrucks with wraps to make them look like other pickup trucks, like the Ford F-150 and Toyota Tundra.

Now a Tesla Cybertruck with a new colorful wrap was spotted in the wild today:

It’s probably the most colorful Cybertruck we have seen to date and a big contrast to the usual stainless steel look.

The Cybertruck won’t be able to be painted, and therefore, the only way to make it look different will be with wraps.

It’s unclear if Tesla will offer factory wraps or let third parties take over the market.

Some have speculated that Tesla might be testing wrapping the Cybertruck with those wraps spotted in the wild rather than being an attempt to camouflage them before the official launch since the vehicle has been seen unwrapped or uncamouflaged several times.

I’m interested to know if you think it’s more likely than not that Tesla will offer its own wraps for Cybertrucks:

Either way, we should know soon as Tesla is expected to launch the Cybertruck at a delivery event that could happen in the coming weeks.

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MuskWire TLDR:

A new Tesla Cybertruck release candidate was recently spotted with a colorful digital camouflage wrap. Tesla has not typically used wraps or camouflage on prototype vehicles, but they have been using them more frequently on the Cybertruck. Other electric pickup trucks have also been seen with camouflage wraps, and some Cybertrucks have been wrapped to resemble other pickup trucks like the Ford F-150 and Toyota Tundra. The recently spotted Cybertruck with the colorful wrap is the most vibrant version seen so far, contrasting with the usual stainless steel appearance. Since the Cybertruck cannot be painted, wraps are the only way to change its appearance. It is unclear whether Tesla will offer factory wraps or leave the market to third-party companies. Some speculate that Tesla is testing the wraps seen in the wild rather than attempting to camouflage the vehicle before its official launch, as the Cybertruck has been seen without wraps on multiple occasions. The launch of the Cybertruck is expected to happen in the coming weeks, which will likely reveal whether Tesla will offer its own wraps for the vehicle.