What truck? Tesla’s Cybertruck is completely spread on social networks – National
2023 is the year of Tesla Cybertruck will be mass-produced and everyone has lots of thoughts about strangely shaped cars.
The pickup truck looks like it came out of a sci-fi movie with its minimalist and angular design. If you don’t know better, you can assume it’s a prop created for a live-action Minecraft movie. Or maybe a version of “Homer“car from The Simpsons.
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The all-electric vehicle has an estimated range of 800 kilometers and can tow up to 14,000 pounds, but many people have trouble focusing on the truck’s capabilities because they can’t get past the abstract design. statue.
There is no definite date on when mass production will begin; sources told Reuters it would probably the end of the year. Regardless, car enthusiasts across the globe have a lot to say about the car’s design – and a lot of it isn’t pretty.
Tesla delay the production time of the truck many times, but last year, CEO Elon Musk promised that this truck would be available around 2023.
While everyone waited for the pickup to be ready, many debated the pickup truck’s angular exterior with the most nostalgia.
There’s been a lot of talk about the truck’s looks since Musk announced the design in 2019. At least one person said it’s possible he designed the truck to look “ugly on purpose.”
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“The design of pickup trucks has not changed significantly in more than a hundred years, since the days of the Ford Model TT. Add to that the fact that pickup truck owners tend to be brand loyal, and Musk and company faced a formidable challenge: To make any significant impact on the market. pickup truck market, they had to come up with something different. Much different,” writes Justin Bariso of Inc.com, who also says that making an “ugly” truck “could be the smartest thing (Musk) ever did.”
Smart, or not, there’s still a whole bag of mouthwatering candy, jokes and memes about the Tesla truck.
Shamefully, Musk’s 2019 Cybertruck reveal saw the car’s designer breaking the vehicle’s supposedly unbreakable “armor glass” window – an incident that many people cannot forget to this day.
Maybe with time and actual products available, Cybertruck will win more hearts. For now, however, people seem happy to mock Musk’s creativity.
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