Elon Musk announces Tesla Cybertruck’s official unveil date and location
Elon Musk keeps his promise of unveiling the Tesla Pickup Truck in November, the CEO of Tesla Inc. just announced the official unveil date and the location of the unveiling in a tweet.
The Tesla Cyberpunk Pickup Truck will be unveiled on Thursday 21st November near the SpaceX rocket factory — many Tesla enthusiasts are guessing that the Tesla Pickup will enter the arena pulling a SpaceX rocket, sounds really interesting but we need to wait.
Cybertruck unveil on Nov 21 in LA near SpaceX rocket factory— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 6, 2019
300,000 lb towing capacity— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) June 27, 2018
The opening scene of the original Blade Runner movie is set in Los Angeles and the month and year are amazingly identical, i.e. Nov 2019! Elon Musk also pointed this out, maybe just maybe we are living in a simulation, who knows!
A movie that was released in 1982 coincides with the Tesla Pickup Truck unveiling, that’s not a coincidence, Elon Musk knew this time that his team at Tesla will be able to pull the project on the right time, Elon time has vastly improved this year, achieving goals and hitting targets.
An important thing to notice in Elon Musk’s above tweet is that he called the truck ‘Tesla Cybertruck’, not the Cyberpunk Truck, that might mean the name of the Tesla Pickup would-be Tesla Model C or simply Tesla Cybertruck, fingers crossed.
Ever since Elon Musk leaked a glimpse of the Tesla Pickup Truck’s horizontal light slit, the internet has gone crazy with the imaginative renders of the machine, some of those we covered earlier (listed below).
At a recent US Airforce conference, Elon Musk hinted at what the Tesla Cybertruck will look like in his address:
“We are going to come out with the Tesla pickup truck, or we call it ‘Cybertruck.’ I mean, it looks like an armored personnel carrier from the future. It doesn’t look like a normal car. You may like it, you may not. I like it. It’s going to look like it came off a movie set. When it goes down the road. Like, ‘Whoa, What’s that thing?’”
Many renders of the Tesla Cyberpunk style straight out of Blade Runner renders have been rejected by the Tesla CEO in his tweets from the recent past, but still the time of speculation is not over, the fun will keep going on till the final unveiling like it happened with the Tesla Model Y reveal earlier this year.
Surely, the Tesla Cybertruck will be very different from what we are used to since ages, this is how Elon Musk thinks, disrupting an entire industry takes more than the usual effort, after the unveiling, the closest competitor remaining in the market will be Rivian’s R1T Pickup Truck.
Sean Mitchell talked about some good points regarding the Tesla Cybertruck in the following video and we like his speculation and conjectures, hopefully, he will be at the event later this month, updating all of us live.
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