Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in a tweet with fans on Thursday that “there are always some opportunities” and his company’s next cyber truck “will fail.” Nevertheless, Musk plans to keep Cybertruck’s “production design” almost identical to his show car: a huge metal trapezoid.
But he also said that he “doesn’t care” about the risk of Cybertruck’s failure because he personally likes its design.
He wrote: “Frankly, Cybertruck can always fail because it is different. I don’t mind. Even if others don’t like it, I like it. The other trucks look the same as replicas, but it looks like Cybertruck is made by aliens from the future.
“The launch of Cybertruck in 2019 caused a sensation because of the unusual design of the vehicle and because Musk told Franz von Holzhausen, Tesla’s head of design. Holzhausen asked, tried to break the window of the vehicle, and he did it. Von Holzhausen threw a metal ball at one of the windows. When the glass broke, Musk was surprised E
Even though it is Still in place the delivered Cybertruck despite launch issues and uncertainty about when Tesla will start when the $100 order overflowed. Musk boasted that about a week after Cybertruck debuted, The company saw 250,000 vehicles.
In September, at Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting and battery day event, Musk revealed that Tesla had received so many Cybertruck orders that the company stopped counting. “The number of orders is huge,” he said, “…more than 500,000 orders. I think it might be 600,000, which is basically a lot. We stopped counting.”