The pickup truck has a large front area and is not only an upright design that fights the wind while driving,

but also the most aerodynamically efficient on the road due to the open rear cargo bed that keeps things moving.

It's one of the bad vehicles. Make it worse. Tesla chose to make the pickups very unconventional, 

and it looks like it could also make the vehicle more aerodynamic than traditional trucks.

This simulation, surfaced on Reddit, suggests that the airflow around Cybertruck's body is surprisingly smooth and has no noticeable points that cause eddy.

Interestingly, the air flows over surprisingly smoothly, so the simulation doesn't seem to have any problems with the shape of the vehicle roof.

The C-pillar has points that cause more turbulence, and the pressure difference in the wheel arch affects the airflow 

(although the latter is unavoidable in any vehicle and the only way to fix it is to use the wheel. Cover it and move it inward.)

The drag coefficient of the Tesla Cybertruck is estimated to be around 0.39, which is appropriate, if not optimal for pickup trucks. 

The difference is in the Libyan R1T. With a drag coefficient of only 0.3, it is the most slippery pickup ever and contributes to the vehicle's superior efficiency and impressive range.