Elon Musk Takes Grimes For A Drive In The Cybertruck

Daniel Fowler
December 10, 2019

So it took about two weeks for Elon Musk to take the wheel of his new toy in an unconventional test drive, as he drove the Cybertruck to Nobu, a celebrity-packed restaurant in Malibu, together with singer Grimes and the design director from his company, Franz von Holzhausen.

Musk said that Tesla is planning a "sick attachment for the Cybertruck", according to Electrek, and the marque subsequently released a new render of the electric pickup truck with its own trailer. A traffic pylon was kept on the street and Musk while getting out of the restaurant in the Cybertruck, hit it on his way out. A auto news website reported that a prototype vehicle can be driven on "California's public roads if it has manufacturer's plates and is being used for testing purposes".

"We'll aim to have it [ATV] come out same time as truck", Musk added. Musk, for all intents and purposes, declared this was an in-house vehicle.

As for the Cybertruck, as per Musk's tweets, it has already received more than 300,000 pre-orders.

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As a refresher, Tesla unveiled the Cybertruck in November, with three variants on offer.

USD$69,990 buys you the top-spec Tri Motor AWD, capable of travelling over 800km (500mi) on a single charge and completing the 0-60mph sprint in a supercar-rivalling 2.9 seconds. It has a towing capacity of 7,500-pound can hit 0-60 miles per hour under 6.5 seconds and costs $39,900 (roughly Rs 28.66 lakh).

Video from the scene that was published by the Daily Mail showed a man wearing a Tesla-branded jacket standing beside the electric pickup, which is not expected to go into production until late 2021.

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