Futuristic automobile company 'Tesla' recently launched a fascinating metallic trapezoid available at a rate starting from $39,900.
American automotive and energy company Tesla recently launched a futuristic car, the Cybertruck, at the recent promotional event held in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Unfortunately, the electric car manufacturing company missed providing all the features they branded the highly secure vehicle would carry which was its bulletproof glass that cracked after a shot.
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For some weird reason, it broke now. Handling the situation calmly, Musk shared,
We threw wrenches, we threw everything even literally the kitchen sink at the glass, and it didn't break. I don't know why. We will fix it in post.
As a saying goes, 'There's no negative fame' so it happened at the recent showcase as it helped Cybertruck be the subject of memes and media coverage around the world.
Nevertheless, its designs are magnificent and close to Batmobile of Batman with full metal on it. And we are sure they can come with the glass update if they can build a beast using a renewable source of energy.
CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk shared on Saturday, Cybertruck has already received 146,000 orders so far.
The sixth electric vehicle so far is one of a new kind in its line as it shares the in-made material and mechanism used to built 'Rockets' from Musk space mobile company 'Space X'. The company released started producing a series of electric vehicles since 2003.
Different versions of the vehicle will be available at the market, starting from $39,000. The CEO wrote: "146k Cybertruck orders so far, with 42% choosing dual, 41% tri & 17% single motor."
Some of the Cybertruck Key Specifications
0-60 in 2.9 sec 1/4 Mile in 10.8 seconds Corners like it's on rails
Super Charging & Lasting
250 + KW capable in full charge 110v/220v On-board Outlets
You can also buy a electric ATV on the side, which can be carried in the trunk with charging support. So what are you waiting for, go and reserve one as they are offering at a cheap price to the early buyers?