CEO Elon Musk must've realized some of us missed the brief tease, so he made sure to highlight it on Twitter, tweeting out the first known image of a Tesla electric pickup truck, which he strangely described as a "cyberpunk" truck. It seems to be inspired by the film Blade Runner.
The image, which was only displayed during the live-stream for a few seconds after the Model Y launch, doesn't show much. We can see what appears to be a hood for cargo space. It could be at a weird angle, however, and we might be seeing the truck's front end here. Essentially, we're looking at a long, flat surface with a Tesla logo connected to another flat surface at 90 degrees, and there's a light bar separating the surfaces.
About a minute in, we flashed a teaser pic of Tesla cyberpunk truck pic.twitter.com/hLsGsdyuGA— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 16, 2019
It's hard to tell what we're looking at, to be honest, but Musk said it's a truck. He provided no other details, including when it might be unveiled. But if you want to fall down a rabbit hole in which web sleuths try to decipher the tease and create concepts based on it, see this Reddit thread.