Tesla Cybertruck

Tesla Cybertruck’s Bulletproof Glass Window Broken by a Metal Ball in The Launch Event | The Enterprise World

Tesla Cybertruck Bulletproof Glass Window Broken by a Metal Ball in The Launch Event

One of the top brands in the automotive industry in the world Tesla’ CEO Elon Musk flaunted his organization’s everything electric “Cybertruck” on Thursday, touting its flexibility and strength. Be that as it may, the truck’s extraordinary structure, it tails one edge from the front guard to the highest point of the windshield, which confused some Tesla fans. In a grand event on Thursday at Los Angeles, Tesla revealed Cybertruck with artificial smoke, lights, and music.

The front of the Cybertruck edges just above the front-seat headrests, where it meets a much longer slant down to the back — a constant plane that incorporates both a straightforward rooftop board and the truck’s roll-top bed blanket, which withdraws behind the rearward sitting arrangements.

Something happened at the Launch event of Tesla Cybertruck launching event which took internet on fire. Elon Musk, the CEO of the company was conveying Cybertruck’s features, he talked about the bulletproof window glasses and slammed them with various objects like wrenches, but the glass remains the same even with a no single scratch on it.  The event took a twist as he threw the metal ball on the window glass and surprisingly the window glass broke.

Elon Musk stated that “We threw wrenches, we threw everything even literally the kitchen sinks at the glass and it didn’t break. For some weird reason, it broke now,” Musk said, drawing laughs. “I don’t know why. We will fix it in post.”

It was obvious that this was completely unexpected by him or his team members. Musk winded up the moment adding “Not Bad” and “Room for the improvement”.

The Cybertruck has six seats and a vault (a cargo bed) inside it. The truck is 231.7 inches (19.3 feet) long, nearly 80 inches wide and 75 inches tall.

The starting price for the Cybertruck is $39,900. In the most high-powered version, it would cost $69,900. It is required to pay a $100 deposit to pre-book a Cybertruck.  

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