One of the reasons why Elon Musk’s Tesla pickup is considered to be the most intriguing vehicle in Tesla’s lineup is the fact that no one has actually seen what the new electric vehicle looks like even if we only have a few more weeks to go before the actual launch.

The anticipation grew stronger as Tesla’s enigmatic CEO used provocative descriptions to describe the pickup, calling it “cyberpunk” and “the coolest car I’ve ever seen.” The mystery surrounding the new electric utility vehicle is definitely an enticing option for Tesla fans and truck enthusiasts. Some even believe that it could eventually surpass the popularity of homegrown brands such as Ford’s F-150.

Musk’s vision has truly captured the interest of most Tesla fans and has inspired them to come up with their own versions to visualize Musk’s cyberpunk truck or cybertruck. The Tesla CEO recently gave clues on how the new utility vehicle could turn out, claiming that it will be more futuristic than existing concept designs and that the pickup looks more like a “personnel carrier from the future.”

The statement once more made some buzz and fans all the more tried to imagine what the truck actually looks like. But now, some analysts believe that Musk may have already shown us a clue of how the Tesla pickup would look like in a tweet he posted in April this year.

The tweet showed an artist render of SpaceX starships on Mars and in the photo, one can visibly see a vehicle that’s obviously meant to be used on the Martian surface. Per a report, we might actually be seeing the first pictures of the Tesla pickup.

The vehicle was spotted by one of Musk’s followers and compared it to the obscure teaser that was released during the Model Y launch early this year. The person who spotted it also said that we should connect the Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) cues that can be found in the Mars image and Musk’s recent statement that the pickup is going to look like an armored personnel carrier.

Of course, the actual pickup might not have the same elevation and size of tires but considering what Musk said, we’re pretty sure the vehicle is going to be over the top so much so that Musk admits they might come up with something more conventional.

One thing is for sure: the Tesla pickup is going to be an exciting vehicle that is set to launch in November.

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Fans will learn more about Tesla Cybertruck Pickup a few days from now as Elon Musk reveals that it is scheduled to be unveiled. Tesla Inc.