Tesla's new bulletproof 'Cybertruck' is Mad Max in real life
People are... not that impressed, to be honest
Controversial tech company Tesla has unveiled its new 'Cybertruck' – but the launch didn't quite go to plan.
Founder Elon Musk was left somewhat embarrassed after the "unbreakable" windows were smashed during a presentation. "Room for improvement," he laughed. Awkward.
YOO Elon Musk was talking about how durable the new Tesla truck is and they decided to do a testpic.twitter.com/TjYJXsJfqE
— Corey Hommel (@Corey_Hommel1) November 22, 2019
The design of the truck was also a talking point – it's big, it's bold and it's really, really pointy.
why the new tesla truck look like it on the PS1 pic.twitter.com/IMh09AsvXH
— Buns but louder (@SuperButterBuns) November 22, 2019
Tesla truck is built like a Porygon #Teslapic.twitter.com/bDfL9BMueB
— eziquio (@_eziquio) November 22, 2019
#Teslatruck owners be like pic.twitter.com/DB94iiggCe
— thatfalloutguy784 (@thatfalloutguy7) November 22, 2019
With all the jokes, the specs of the truck have gone somewhat unnoticed – but they're not unimpressive. There'll be three versions – 250 mile range, 300 mile range and 500 mile range – all of which can seat six adults. There's also a 3,500-pound capacity and 100 cubic feet of storage space, both pretty impressive.
The truck should be out next year – but given Tesla's reputation for delays, we wouldn't count on it.
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