Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is currently in the United States to attend the annual United Nations meeting. During his stay in the country, Netanyahu went to the Tesla factory in Fremont, California.

During the factory tour led by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Netanyahu visited the Model S &

In addition to touring the production process, Netanyahu also demoed the vehicles while sitting in the back seat of a Model X with his wife, Sara Netanyahu.

This was certainly exciting, and from this visit, some strategic partnership between the Austin, Texas company and the Middle Eastern country will undoubtedly emerge. Even if the Israeli gigafactory is not new, the country is known to be on the bleeding edge when it comes to artificial intelligence and self-driving technology, and there is an opportunity for the two parties to work together in this regard.

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So far, no new deal has been announced, until we get the fruits of the Israeli Prime Minister’s visit to Tesla. For now, there are still some exciting Cybertruck-related news that came out of the meeting.

During Netanyahu’s visit, Musk accompanied the Israeli Prime Minister on what appears to be a release candidate or even production candidate Cybertruck. Given the fact that Tesla has not yet started delivering these vehicles, there is still a lot we don’t know about the truck.

However, Netanyahu’s ride via Cybertruck was also accompanied by several media outlets who brought their cameras to the event. When Netanyahu entered the Cybertruck, we were able to gather some new information regarding the interior of the Cybertruck.

The first detail is the programmable interior blue ambient lighting. Previous Cybertruck sightings have shown the car equipped with red ambient lighting, but this is the first time we’ve seen the interior ambient lighting turn blue.

This confirms that it is possible to change indoor ambient lighting. Given Tesla’s track record for attention to detail, there’s a possibility that the reason the interior ambient lighting changed to blue had something to do with the fact that the Israeli flag is blue. But this is just our guess at the moment.

The second thing we can see is the Cybertruck’s rear secondary screen. We’ve seen these details once before, however, and this is perhaps the clearest rendering we’ve yet of the second screen.

With ambient lighting and a second rear screen, Tesla appears to be unifying the interior design of its vehicles all the way from the updated Model S &

Other details that we can see are the semicircular hexagonal steering wheel, the center console with Cybertruck-shaped cup holders, the redesigned black dash, etc.

With the addition of rear screens, programmable interior ambient lighting, and a redesigned center console and dashboard, the Israeli Prime Minister’s Cybertruck appears to be approaching the final, or perhaps final, design of the truck.

In addition to seeing the inside of the Cybertruck, Musk during the visit also gave Netanyahu a ride in the Cybertruck around Tesla’s Fremont test track. During the ride, Musk showed off the Cybertruck’s fast acceleration and performance, as it zipped across the track at high speed.

Currently, this is all the information we were able to glean from Netanyahu’s Cybertruck campaign, however, let us know if you are able to find out any further details. Until then, be sure to visit regularly for the latest updates.

What do you think? Are you excited to see the inside of the Cybertruck? Do you think this is the final design of the vehicle that Tesla will offer to customers? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.

picture: Courtesy of Tesla

For more information see: After driving a Cybertruck due to fit-and-finish issues, Elon Musk calls on Tesla employees to bring precision to LEGO

Tinsae Aregay has been following Tesla and the development of the EV space on a daily basis for several years. It covers everything Tesla from cars to Elon Musk, the energy business, and autonomy. Follow Tinsae on Twitter at @TinsaeAregay For daily Tesla news.

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