Tesla files to register “Cybertruck” trade mark ahead of all-electric pickup truck release

Tesla has filed an application to trade mark the logo and name for their first all-electric pickup truck, “Cybertruck”, as the unveiling event approaches quickly, with a set date of November 21, 2019.

The US Patent and Trademark Office displays that Tesla has submitted two applications for the phrases “CYBERTRUCK” as well as “CYBRTRK”. This was followed by a trade mark application for the logo of the innovative vehicle, according to the Patent and Trademark Office. This application was submitted November 6 of this year, the same day as Elon Musk tweeted the unveiling date as well as specifying the location of the event. Musk described the truck as “pretty sci-fi” on Joe Rogan’s podcast back in September 2018.

As the reveal date edges ever-closer, consumers remain eager to witness the invention of the all-electric company. Tesla will be competing with other world-wide automakers such as Ford who sold the F-Series, the most popular truck in the United States. However, by examining the correlation from all previous Tesla releases, this one will be sure to amaze all spectators. Eagle-eyed viewers also speculate that the logo, filed for registration, may hide the style design of the electric truck, when rearranged.

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