Tesla has delayed the premiere of its all-electric semi-truck until November 16 but thanks to Peisert Design, we have an excellent idea of what the truck will look like.
These renderings are based on the alleged Tesla semi prototype recently snapped on the back of a flatbed in the U.S. As such, we get a chance to see how the electric automaker has employed a raked windscreen and side windows that taper upwards. Additionally, the lack of a front grille will ensure the Tesla semi stands out and looks unlike anything else.
Other interesting design features of the Tesla semi includes its aerodynamic wheel covers and the availability of a large wind deflector which can be fastened to the top of the truck.
When the Tesla semi launches, it is expected to offer a range of between 200 and 300 miles, meaning it’ll be best suited to inner-city use rather than cross-country journeys like many diesel-driven semis.