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Everyone is saying the same thing after seeing video of green Cybertruck on highway

Everyone is saying the same thing after seeing video of green Cybertruck on highway

The unusual green color of this Cybertruck has caused quite the splash.

Cybertrucks are already pretty rare - after all, they've only been out on the roads for just over a month.

But what's even rarer is a Tesla pickup that comes in anything other than silver.

That's why this sighting of a unique green Cybertruck, spotted in Phoenix, Arizona and posted on Reddit by the user robbyrobaz, is being very talked about.

The average Cybertruck is a striking silver color, thanks to its stainless steel exoskeleton.

And for a while, it looked like that would be the only option - back in 2021, Tesla CEO Elon Musk posted on X: "Cybertruck can have any color you want, so long as it’s nothing."

But that seems to be changing. Recently, Tesla quietly uploaded the option for Cybertruck Color Paint Film on the accessories page of its site.

For the grand price of $6,500 (£5,100) Cybertruck owners can wrap their pickups in 'one of our premium color paint films'.

It's certainly a lot of money just to have your truck come in a different color - but Tesla boasts a whole lot of benefits from it.

According to the company, it's a 'self-healing, urethane-based film' that 'protects against scratches' and is 'more environmentally friendly than traditional vinyl wraps'.

A green Cybertruck has been spotted in Arizona.

But there's a catch. It's currently only being offered in satin black and satin white on the Tesla website - so the driver in the green pickup likely got a custom job done on their vehicle.

And people seem to like it, with one Redditor commenting: "That’s a great color."

That Tesla fan isn't the only person keen to customize their ride.

Joe Torbati, owner of Bay Area detailing company OCDetailing, posted a series of videos customizing a Cybertruck - including adding a window tint and matte black door wrap.

Since then, he told Business Insider: "We've probably been getting about 10 Cybertruck-related emails or contacts per day.

"Though, it's not the traditional reason you would wrap a car, which would be to protect it - the point of this is more for just aesthetics."

In the video of the green Cybertruck, the Redditor commented: "It's not as tall as I feel it should be, but it's probably fine."

But people were quick to come to the Tesla truck's defense, with another Redditor replying: "That’s because it’s at its lowest drivable setting. The only setting lower is when parked. It has 12” of adjustability above that."

Featured Image Credit: robbyrobaz/Reddit