Back in April, Elon Musk first teased an image of Tesla's upcoming semi-truck at a TED Talk in Vancouver. Now, ahead of the truck's November 16th unveiling event, it seems a picture of the truck totally exposed has emerged on the web.
The truck, which looks eerily similar to the above teaser image, was spotted strapped down to a flatbed. Although we're only able to see the side profile, the headlights and proportions seem to all match up. Unsurprisingly, it looks vastly different from your average internal combustion-engined semi-truck.
Tesla has yet to release any official images or info on the truck, but according to , it will be capable of driving itself, and could have a range of 200 to 300 miles per charge.
The truck's unveiling was originally scheduled for October 26th, but has been pushed back to the middle of November to speed up production of Tesla's mass-market Model 3 sedan and assist Puerto Rico's post-hurricane energy problems, according to Musk.
This isn't the first alternative-energy semi-truck we've seen aiming for a large market share recently. Nikola revealed its turbine-powered truck last year, boasting zero emissions and 2000 horsepower.
We'll just have to wait until later this month to see what Tesla has in store.