From belt buckles and whistles to electric cars and Mars, it seems like there's nothing Elon Musk can't do.
Fans of the Tesla CEO have grown accustomed to expecting the unexpected, but nobody could prepare them for the sheer innovation showcased in a video unveiling of the long-awaited Cybertruck.
A walkthrough video posted by the Cybertruck Owners Club forum shows the massive pickup truck in all its shiny glory, but some of the details have proved controversial.
While many people have shared their excitement about the Cybertruck, some of the details on the real deal have left fans divided. Specifically, the Cybertruck's enormous windscreen wiper as well as its complete lack of door handles.
"How the heck else are you gonna clean the windshield? Lasers were a funny option. This is what has to happen. I will get over it like everyone else. I JUST WANT IT NOW!!!!!" said one excited Tesla fan in the comments.
"The wiper needs a 'storage' slot, to protect it from sun, rocks, mud, etc. Keep it clean. Like other cars store below the wind shield, the storage could be at the side of the window, and not obscure drivers' visibility," wrote another commenter.
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They may actually be in for a treat, as Musk has previously said the wiper 'troubled' him and that being able to store it somewhere would be "ideal, but complex".
The £30,000 vehicle grabbed the headlines when it was first revealed in 2019, largely for its unusual sci-fi design.
It received more than 250,000 pre-orders early on, and offers some impressive specs, including the ability to tow 14,000 pounds and travel from 0 to 60 in just under 2.9 seconds.
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Speaking at the vehicle’s reveal announcement in 2019, Musk told fans: “Trucks have been the same for like 100 years. We need something different and we need sustainable energy now. If we don’t have a pickup truck we can’t solve it."
“The top three selling vehicles in America are pickup trucks. To solve sustainable energy we have to have a pickup truck.”
At the same launch, Musk famously broke the window of the vehicle with a sledgehammer while trying to prove how unbreakable the glass was.
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