Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter that the upcoming Cybertruck pickup may well fail, but Musk plans to keep the design of the final Cybertruck much the same as the prototype shown. He added that he doesn’t give a damn about a possible failure, because he personally likes the design.
Quite frankly, there is always a chance that Cybertruck will fail because it is unlike anything else. I do not care. I really love this design. The other pickups look alike, but the Cybertruck looks like it was made by aliens from the future.
The 2019 Cybertruck launch event caused a stir not only because of the car’s unusual design. Elon Musk asked Tesla design chief Franz von Holzhausen to try to break the glass of the car. He threw a metal ball at one of the glasses, breaking it. Despite this, pre-orders for Cybertruck began to be issued at a record speed. A week after the announcement, 250 thousand people booked a car.
At Tesla’s AGM and Battery Day in September, Musk revealed that Tesla had received so many orders for the Cybertruck that the company stopped counting: “The number of pre-orders is overwhelming. More than half a million orders. I think maybe six hundred thousand. We stopped counting. “
Musk recalled that Tesla decided to add an all-four-wheel steering system. This should allow it to move diagonally in a straight line or turn around with a smaller radius.
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