You can now get Tesla’s Cybertruck in 3 more colors, including ‘satin abyss blue’

You can now get Tesla's Cybertruck in 3 more colors, including 'satin abyss blue'

Tesla’s Cybertruck was unveiled in 2019.Getty Images
  • Tesla has added three new Cybertruck color wraps — costing up to $6,500 — to its online shop. 
  • Its website said the wraps are only available at four Tesla service centers in California. 
  • The colors “stealth black” and “satin ceramic white” have been available since December.

Cybertruck customers can get the EV in three more colors.

Tesla added the new paint film wraps to its online shop on Tuesday — but there’s a catch: only four Tesla service centers in California are participating in installing the colored wraps for now, the website says.

The participating branches are West Covina, Oceanside, Costa Mesa, and Santa Clara.

Choosing one of the new colors will set customers back up to $6,500. The starting price of the pickup truck, which is delivered from factories in a shiny stainless-steel color, is $60,990.

Tesla customers can use its app to purchase their Cybertrucks in “slip grey” for $6,000 and “satin rose gold” and “satin abyss blue” for $6,500.

The “stealth black” and “satin ceramic” white wraps have been available since December and cost $6,000 each.

An X user asked Tesla CEO Elon Musk in December 2021 if the Cybertrucks would install wraps at the factory. Musk responded, “Not at first, but there are many third party options for wrapping.”

The urethane-based film is described as “self-healing” on Tesla’s online store. The company said the film can protect the EV against scratches and is “more environmentally friendly than traditional vinyl wraps.” 

Tesla launched colored wraps for its Model 3 and Model Y last year, costing between $7,500 and $8,000, Business Insider previously reported.

Its chief designer, Franz von Holzhausen, was pictured driving a Cybertruck with a matte stealth black wrap in Malibu, California, before its delivery event on November 30. 

The EV has also been pictured in a camouflage wrap and the brand logo of a mobile coffee business, as Cybertruck engineer Wes Morrill posted on X. Musk suggested that a “imbued gold/bronze color” wrap would also “be sick” in a 2021 post

Tesla didn’t immediately respond to Business Insider’s request for comment. 

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