The all-electric utility vehicle segment is expanding, with models like the GMC Hummer EV and Chevy Silverado EV set to be joined by the new Tesla Cybertruck sometime next year. With production of the Tesla Cybertruck reportedly ramping up now, images of the all-electric utility vehicle are hitting the web, providing a few details in the process. Among these is the shape of the Cybertruck’s front trunk space, better known as the frunk. The question is this – is the Tesla Cybertruck’s frunk big enough?
One enthusiast recently posted an image of the Tesla Cybertruck’s frunk to a Cybertruck owner’s forum, providing the clearest image yet of the storage space. As we can see, the frunk is accessible by lifting the the front fascia of the vehicle, which is hinged around the upper corners, revealing a space that seems to stretch from to side in the vehicle.
Interestingly, these images show the Tesla Cybertruck frunk to be quite wide and tall, but not very deep. The shape of the space is like an oval, and although it’s difficult to say exactly how much stuff can be fit inside of it, it certainly appears to be big enough to fit at least several bags of groceries. Also notable is the Cybertruck logo, which appears to be embedded in the back of the frunk.
An image of the frunk was also posted to X:
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The interesting thing about frunks on electric vehicles is that they can often be a variety of different shapes and sizes, owning to the fact that the space is usually determined by the front-end design of the vehicle in question. We’ll have to wait for the official numbers from Tesla, but for reference, the GMC Hummer EV has a frunk that’s 11.3 cubic feet, while the Chevy Silverado EV has a frunk that’s 10.7 cubic feet. Meanwhile, neither the Cadillac Lyriq nor the Chevy Blazer EV offer a frunk.
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