Again In 2019, Tesla designer Franz von Holzhausen tried to point out off the Cybertruck’s shatterproof home windows by throwing a metallic ball at every of the truck’s left aspect home windows. The unbreakable home windows… broke.
“Oh my f**king God,” stated Musk at that memorably awkward second. “Effectively, possibly that was a bit too arduous.”
The ball didn’t undergo the window both time, nevertheless it left a spiderweb of cracks in either side window.
Following Thursday’s Cybertruck supply occasion, Tesla determined to money in on the embarrassment from 2019 with a broken-glass window sticker. The sticker, which is particularly designed to suit the Cybertruck’s uniquely-shaped window, rapidly offered out, in fact, the corporate stated. It’s unclear what number of stickers had been made obtainable.
The $55 sticker goes on the back-seat window on the motive force’s-side, not the entrance driver’s aspect window that additionally cracked in actual life. The rear aspect window is, nevertheless, a window the motive force gained’t look by means of so masking it with a giant sticker gained’t trigger any questions of safety.
Von Holzhausen repeated the demonstration at Thursday evening’s Cybertruck supply occasion with what regarded like a baseball. The window didn’t crack. His timid throw this time, nevertheless, would in all probability not have made it to dwelling plate in an precise baseball scenario.
The sticker is amongst a menu of Cybertruck equipment listed on the Tesla web site together with a tailgate ramp, cargo rails and a $3,000 tent that integrates with the truck mattress.
Prices for the truck itself begin at about $61,000 for a two-wheel-drive model as much as greater than $100,000 a four-wheel-drive high-performance mannequin referred to as the Cyberbeast.