Sai Li and co-workers (not least of whom is Max Crispin, a recent co-author of my own) published “Molecular architecture of the SARS-CoV-2 virus” in Cell today:

I downloaded the map from EMDB (30340) and made this image.

Yes, you can reproduce it if you wish. I ask (this is a request, not a condition) that you acknowledge me and let me know (Paul Emsley @ MRC LMB - search the Contacts).

SARS-CoV-2 Virus

Here a link to the full resolution version:

Authentic SARS-CoV-2 virus Full Resolution

There is also a video of it spinning slowly:

Spinning SARS-CoV-2 Virus # you may need to download that, because it might not play in the browser.

The red bouquets are the Spike proteins and the blue pastry-things are ribonucleoproteins.

The iconic image of the coronavirus, with which you are probably familiar, was created by Alissa Eckert from the CDC. It is a model. This image is of actual experimental data.

Just to be clear, I was not involved in this work, I just downloaded the publicly available data (the subtomogram averaging reconstruction) and made this image which you can use for free.