Tesla’s Cybertruck seen at Bondi Beach and driving through Sydney streets

Tesla’s Cybertruck has been spotted in Sydney streets and could be an indication that it will one day become available to Australian drivers.

The monster stainless-steel clad electric truck was seen at Bondi beach and documented on the Tesla Australia New Zealand Instagram account.

Tesla teased something was coming a few days with a shot of a container being opened.

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This post was then followed today by a shot of the Cybertruck at Bondi Beach flanked by the Tesla Model 3 and Tesla Model Y.

There was also some video of the huge Cybertruck cruising Sydney’s streets.

There have also been many social media posts shared by people who saw the electric truck as it drove by.

Since its launch in the US it has been plagued with problems.

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Most recently the Cybertruck was recalled because of an issue with the accelerator pedal which could slip off its mounting and get stuck in place increasing the speed of the vehicle.

There have also been complaints from the first batch of owners, who have waited years for delivery, about quality control and the truck’s panel alignment and finish.

In the US, the Cybertruck is priced from $US60,000 plus on-road costs with the tri-motor version more than $US100,000.

So if it ever comes to Australia it won’t be cheap.