Tesla’s Elon Musk drove out the Cybertruck in California recently but it’s probably just a test because the all-electric truck isn’t yet street-road legal especially in the US.
The Tesla CEO drove the Cybertruck to a famed Japanese restaurant in the Los Angeles area which was reported by TMZ on Sunday. There were even videos and images taken that showed Elon Musk arriving and living the restaurant in the truck. It was even reported that the futuristic truck was left in the parking lot just to grab people’s attention.
The Cybertruck ahad been getting loads of attention throughout the globe and it’s order is increasing almost everytime. Elon Musk was also spotted with actor Edward Norton which was basically a show-off or something.
While leaving the restaurant, Musk drove through the road pylon which made a smacking noise causing people to joke on Twitter saying the pylon was nearly the size of a child probably not difficult to see.
Not only that, but it certainly looks like Musk and his Tesla entourage made a left-hand turn in front of cross traffic that appears to have a green light. Traffic only startrs flowing after the Cybertruck and another Tesla motor through. Somewhat humorously, the sign hit reads “Right turn only,” per Google Street View. It’s also where we see some pretty wild body roll from the pickup as it corners. Body roll is surprising from this rig since it’s supposed to have a battery pack built into its floor, which would contribute to a lower center of gravity. Engineers always want to minimize body roll to keep a vehicle as planted as can be.
The Cybertruck is quite massive and even YouTuber Tesla Raj made a video about if the vehicle would fit in to normal garage. He used an application called Cybertruck AR which placed the 3D prototype in his garage with the vehicle exceeding it’s space. But it’s quite obvious that the unusual design of the electric vehicle allows for better viewing angle from the inside of the car.
Especially when the truck is still just a concept until 2021, some critic had argued that the Cybertruck might never get a pass to be a street legal vehicle. The Cybertruck’s base model starts from as low as $40K and Tesla promises to deliver the vehicle by the year 2021.
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