Tesla Cybertruck to Include DIY Method for Removing Stainless Steel Scratches

The Tesla Cybertruck, known for its unique design inspired by the DeLorean DMC-12, was made with an unpainted stainless steel finish. However, as anyone who has ever owned stainless steel appliances knows, it can be fragile and easily scratched. In a recent podcast interview, Tesla design chief Franz von Holzhausen revealed that the company has a solution for owners to repair their own cosmetic damage. He stated that in the event of a scratch, there is a process that owners can use to buff out the scratch and remove it, returning the surface to its original finish.

This is a unique approach as Tesla is providing a DIY method for removing scratches instead of asking the owners to bring it to the service center. However, some people are still imagining that the company has a different solution up its sleeve, like store-bought stainless steel cleaners. They are hoping that Tesla will provide them with a package of stainless steel cleaning wipes or aerosol bottles of stainless steel cleaner that can be found at stores like Target, making it easy for the owners to clean and maintain their Cybertruck. The article also talks about a light-hearted dream of the writer, where the Cybertruck is delivered with a glovebox filled with cleaning wipes and cleaning products, which is not a usual practice of Tesla.

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