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Tesla Cybertruck and Cyberquad to Feature in Jay Leno's Garage's New Season

Tesla Cybertruck and Cyberquad to Feature in Jay Leno's Garage's New Season

After Tesla Cybertruck's unveiling in November, the electric truck remained almost an enigma since we haven't been able to see it very often. It truly has been a sight on sore eyes, and now, it seems like we will see a lot of it thanks to the new season of Jay Leno's Garage, which is set to drop May 20.

The latest teaser for the upcoming season released by CNBC Prime features Tesla Cybertruck, and even more surprisingly, Tesla's new electric ATV Cyberquad, which we haven't seen since the unveiling.

In addition to all that, a never-before-seen footage of Leno taking a ride inside a Boring Company tunnel elevator is included too. Check it out yourself.

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It wasn't a secret that Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Jay Leno was up to something. Jay Leno has always been an open supporter of Tesla and its vehicles, which he owns one himself. Moreover, back in January 2020, Musk was spotted driving with Leno in the Cybertruck prototype.

The former late-night talk show host can be seen riding the Cybertruck inside the Boring Company tunnel elevator and he seems to be enjoying himself thoroughly.

Hopefully, the new season, set to air on March 20, will provide new insights into Tesla's electric vehicles that everyone has their eyes fixated on.

Cyberquad is expected to launch at the same time with the Cybertruck, meaning late next year.

For those interested in Jay Leno's Garage by itself, we should say that it will be a great year for car-enthusiasts all around. Just to name a few, this season will include new record Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, one Porsche Taycan, modern Ford GT, one Chevrolet Corvette C8 hardtop convertible, an amphibious car, a snail car, and more...

The season opener will premiere on Wednesday, May 20, at 10 PM ET.


Watch the video: Road Trip: TESLA Cybertruck at Peterson Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California (September 2021).