Rearrange the logo and see the shape of the truck for yourself

Ever since Musk revealed that a glimpse of the Cybertruck was showcased at the Tesla Model Y reveal during the BladeRunner credits and that no one noticed it, people have been extra cautious to not miss more details, with fans trying to decode and decipher every little detail we have about the truck.

The latest one was when folks tried to find the Easter eggs in Tesla’s invitation. Just when it looked like there is nothing there this time, a smart cookie figured out that the ‘CYBRTRK’ logo, when rearranged, forms a stylized truck! Interestingly enough, this is very similar to the truck shown during the Model Y debut.

Now We Know The Idea Behind The Cybertruck Logo’s Stylized Font

The logo was "made into a truck" by a user on cybrtrkownersclub.com who goes by the forum alias KuMX. He posted a short video where you can see the ‘CYBRTRK’ stylized letters being rearranged into what looks like a truck. The truck looks eerily similar to the one Musk dropped in between the end credit at the Model Y’s launch. Honestly, it looks more like the creativity of the user than an actual Easter egg by the automaker. But, knowing the kind of things Tesla comes up with, there is a high chance that this could actually be the real deal. The user later recreated a rough sketch based on the rearranged letters and that looks preposterous. However, Musk did mention that the Cybertruck "is gonna be like a really futuristic-like cyberpunk, ’Blade Runner’ pickup truck." So, you never know what’s in the store unless the truck is launched.

The Cybrtrk Shenanigans

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Tesla had registered the monikers “CYBERTRUCK” and “CYBRTRK” with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Interestingly, the filing happened the day Musk announced that the Cybertruck will be unveiled on the 21st of November.

Apart from the two words, Tesla also filed an application for Cybertruck’s official logo. It is this very logo that was recreated by the user. Tesla has even purchased the cybrtrk.com domain. For now, it leads directly to Tesla’s homepage, but you can expect it to go live the minute the truck is revealed. Perhaps we will see an animation of this, if the truck looks anything like the anagrams of the user.

This Is What We Know About The Tesla Cybertruck So Far

The Tesla CYBRTRK Logo Is The Easter Egg We Were All Looking For!
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  • In Musk’s language, it will be a futuristic-like cyberpunk, Blade Runner-style pickup truck
  • It will be priced at under $50,000
  • It will be able to tow as much as 300,000 pounds
  • Dual motors - standard
  • Dynamic suspension - standard
  • 500 miles range on a single charge
  • Porsche 911-like performance, which means 0-60 mph in four seconds or less

Final Thoughts

Everything You Need to Know About the 2020 Tesla Cybertruck
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The logo sure colored us intrigued, but there is a very remote chance it will look anything like that. Musk has promised Porsche 911-like handling, and for that to happen in case of a pickup truck, it needs to get the aerodynamics spot on and shouldn’t be as boxy as it looks here. The Cybertruck will be revealed on the 21st of November near the SpaceX rocket factory in Los Angeles at a standalone event. The reveal date coincides with the Los Angeles Auto Show and may steal the thunder from the debuts that will take place there. But does Musk care about it? Not really.

Do you think the Cybertruck will look anything like this logo? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

Sidd Dhimaan
Associate Editor and Truck Expert - sidd@topspeed.com
Sidd joined the Topspeed.com team in 2017 as an intern and in less than a year he earned a full-time position as an associate editor and junior automotive expert. He is currently our pickup truck expert and focuses his attention on heavy-duty and off-road vehicles.  Read More
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