The last few days have been a roller coaster ride for electronic vehicle manufacturer, Tesla, as it continues to be a topic of discussion on Internet mainly for two reasons – firstly, for its recently launched electronic pickup truck named – ‘Cybertruck” and secondly due to Tesla CEO Elon Musk who is not shy of pouring his heart out on social media platforms especially Twitter.
Tesla recently launched its pick up truck – Cybertruck which has been receiving mix reviews. Booking for Cybertruck has already started.
Tesla may have launched Cybertruck with a hope that it will shatter pre-order booking numbers but the only thing that was shattered at the launch was its unbreakable window glasses. The embarrassing incident happened while Elon Musk was on stage forcing him to murmur that there is room for improvement.
The unconventional design of Cybertruck was enough to become a meme on the internet. The shattering of glass at the launch just added fuel to the fire. Soon after the launch Cybertruck became one of the most trending things on twitter mainly for all the wrong reasons. In all this mess, the impressive features of Cybertruck went unnoticed which includes ultra-hard 30x cold-rolled stainless steel, armour glass, flexible interior and its new class of strength speed and versatility.
Just a few days after the launch, when people were still figuring out the use of this mix breed of truck and sports car, Tesla CEO hinted they have received orders of around 250k of their new call of vehicle- Cybertruck. While there was no proper source of this information except the tweet from Elon musk which says “250K”.
While the world is moving towards clean energy, it is good to see that companies like Tesla are making an effort to make a better world by introducing these clean energy vehicles. But the affordability and feasibility of these vehicles are the major concerns of the buyers.
Recently many buyers were concerned whether the massive cyber truck will fit in their garage or not. While replying to their concerns Musk tweeted “We can prob reduce width by an inch & maybe reduce length by 6+ inches without losing on utility or esthetics. Min height is below 75 inches when air suspension set to low. Will post exact number soon”
Although this is a good thing that they are improving the design to fulfil the requirementrs of the buyers. But as a leading EV manufacturer in the whole world, Tesla should have handed these things at the time of research only. This is not so crazy idea after all. It is just a basic thing to do before launching a product.
“This may sound crazy, but asking real people what they’d like in a product is a great way to meet their needs” Elon Musk tweeted on 8 December 2019.
We can’t possibly know what improvement and updates are waiting from Tesla’s side but all we can say that it is a good thing they have not started the production of Cybertruck yet as there is still a room for improvement.
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