The CEO of Tesla Elon Musk stated Thursday in an exchange with Twitter fans that there is “always some chance” his organization’s imminent Cybertruck could be “flop.” Musk nevertheless thinks to hold the Cybertruck “production design” nearly exactly similar to its show car- a gigantic metal trapezoid.
However, he also added that he “doesn’t care” about such a risk factor that if this Cybertruck gets flop, as he himself fond of its design. Through a writing post, he opined, “to be frank, there is always some chance that Cybertruck will flop because it is so unlike anything else. I don’t care. I love it so much even if others don’t. Other trucks look like copies of the same thing, but Cybertruck looks like it was made by aliens from the future.”
The 2019 release event of Cybertruck caused a fuss as the vehicle’s uncommon design and Musk asked his Tesla design leader Franz von Holzhausen to make smash the vehicle’s windows, which he applied. A metal ball has been thrown by Von Holzhausen at one of its windows, amazed Musk while the glass is exhausted, though it remained in the same place.
In spite of the snafu release and the uncertainty about which time Tesla could begin delivering the Cybertruck, the $100 orders steamed out. Musk bragged the organization noticed 250,000 within the Cybertruck’s debut week.