Tesla Truck BREAKING NEWS
Okay, so its a bit of a pun. Tesla’s Elon Musk showed off Tesla’s new electric truck during an event in Los Angeles, but its windows were smashed -while on stage Thursday night. This didn’t appear to go as planned. The Tesla pickup truck was rolled out and after surviving being beaten with a sledge hammer the company’s chief designer threw a metal ball at the two windows to prove how tough it was- And what happened to Tesla’s Cybertruck?
Okay so this happened already…
Tesla truck breaking news. The crowd watched Von Holzhausen throwing a metal ball and appearing to look shocked when the driver’s side window was shattered. Musk said, “Oh my f—-ing god. Well…maybe that was a little too hard. It didn’t go through.” Maybe the windows should have been made of tungsten.
What started off as a casual comment by Elon Musk in 2012 about wanting to build a truck has evolved into what you see here, Tesla’s first production pickup truck. Called the Cybertruck (or “Cybrtrk” if you’re of the dark trench coat persuasion), it’s built to fulfill a lot of familiar tasks but, beyond that, is anything but familiar.
Here’s the basic stuff. The Cybertruck is 232 inches long, 80 inches wide and 75 inches tall, with seating for six. Let’s compare that to the Ford F-150, which measures between 209 and 250 inches long, 80 and 86 inches wide and between 75 and 78.5 inches tall. That puts it in pretty much the same company as every other pickup out there.
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