Last month, Tesla unveiled the prototype of its all-electric pickup truck. Recently, the same Tesla Cybertruck prototype was spotted in Los Angeles and the initial reaction of those who have seen it is that it is massive. Tesla unveiled the Cybertruck with impressive specs and range of up to 500 miles, outstanding functionality, and a base price of $39,900.

However, the radical, angular, and futuristic design of the Tesla Cybertruck has raised a lot of eyebrows. While it has warmed up to some people, its design is still polarizing. Seeing the all-electric truck in all its glory during the unveiling is one thing, but seeing it on the road is another as it appears more imposing, especially in traffic.

Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk stands in front of the company's first electric pickup truck, the Cybertruck, after it was unveiled in Los Angeles
The Tesla Cybertruck is recently spotted in the streets of Los Angeles, and according to those who have seen it, the all-electric pickup truck is massive. Tesla/Handout via REUTERS

The latest sighting of the Tesla Cybertruck prototype was near the Los Angeles airport last night and was shared on the social networking site Twitter by Cody Simms. It is the second sighting of the all-electric pickup truck from Tesla so far. The truck looks massive in regular traffic, especially with the raised rear suspension.

At the time of the unveiling, Tesla said that the Cybertruck is equipped with an adaptive air suspension. Raise and lower the suspension for four inches in any direction to access the vault of the Cybertruck, while its self-leveling capabilities adapt to any kind of occasion and to assist the owner in each job, according to Tesla.

The body of the Tesla Cybertruck is made of Ultra-hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless steel. Its exterior shell is designed for ultimate durability and ultimate passenger protection. Starting with an almost impenetrable exoskeleton, each component is made for superior strength and endurance. This ranges from the stainless steel structural skin to Tesla's armor glass.

The electric vehicle maker recently updated its timeline for the production of the Tesla Cyberturck. However, because of the impressive pre-orders, the more expensive trims are scheduled to arrive in 2021. The less expensive trim models of the Tesla Cybertruck is expected to start in 2022.