Tesla Reveals New “Cybertruck”


By Alexa Soroka, Senior Editor

Elon Musk, CEO and founder of Tesla Motor Company, recently unveiled his latest development known as the “Cybertruck” at a Los Angeles motor show.

According to Tesla, the Cybertruck is a pick-up truck unlike no other. Like all Tesla vehicles, the Cybertruck is electric and does not require gasoline, and its exterior shell” is “made for ultimate durability and passenger protection.”

Not only that, the vehicle is designed with “superior strength and endurance, from Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel structural skin to Tesla armor glass.”

This super-truck is equipped with a 17-inch touch screen audio and adjustment system, and has a towing capacity of over 14,000 pounds.

Despite seemingly protective and promising features, when Musk debuted the newest Tesla in Los Angeles California, the vehicle was not up to par with its extraordinary features, specifically its special “Tesla armor glass.”

Tesla’s design manager, Franz von Holzhausen, bragged about the glass of the Cybertruck, which was supposedly unbreakable.

However, when Holzhausen hurled a large metal ball at the driver’s window, it shattered. The failure caused speculation and led most to overlook the true quality of the Cybertruck.

Around Wayne Hills, many chose to criticize Tesla’s poor window technology, along with the style of their latest truck.

“It’s embarrassing,” says Senior Chris Ayala. “I wouldn’t waste money on it.”

One student, who wishes to remain anonymous, believes that the design makes the vehicle look “like it’s from a Star Wars movie.”

The price of the base model starts around $39,000 with the top end Tri-Motor AWD version starting at $69,900. A self-driving optional package is also available for an additional $7,000.