Published on December 9th, 2019 | by Cynthia Shahan0
Tesla Cybertruck In The Wild Near LAX, With An Infamous Driver Whizzing On By
December 9th, 2019 by Cynthia Shahan
The recently unveiled Tesla Cybertruck exploded to become a directly famous (or infamous) EV personality all its own — eclectic, fascinating, colossal, and beguiling to fans and everyone else.
So, many of us wanted to see more, know more. Well, most recently, codysimms reported that he saw “Cybertruck in the wild near LAX.”
Cybertruck in the wild near LAX pic.twitter.com/E4FW4KCkgS
— codysimms (@codysimms) December 8, 2019
Tesla CEO @elonmusk took a ride of the CyberTruck like a BOSS 😎
Wait… He is the BOSS 🙌🏻🙌🏻 pic.twitter.com/GUJUrz4xDy
— Tesmanian.com (@Tesmanian_com) December 8, 2019
Shortly after, Roberto Cruz managed to give us more, saying the Cybertruck looks better in person — “it even has dual color, the silver on bottom and the [matte] black on top. Love it. Looks more amazing in person.”
The Tesla Cybertruck was filmed on the 405 freeway on Dec 7th at 11:00pm going south, and the video popped up on YouTube quickly thanks to Roberto Cruz.
Iqtidar Ali reports also that famous and infamous Tesla CEO Elon Musk was spotted driving the Tesla Cybertruck with Tesla Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen and other friends. The report came through a person who was dining inside and eventually taking a photo outside a highly acclaimed restaurant with his father. (That would be a Japanese restaurant in Los Angeles named Nobu.)
Day by day, more news comes of the fast moving, smooth, eclectic, sophisticated, triangular, technical genius of a truck — or something more than that. The recent news is that those potential buyers who want the Tesla Cybertruck Dual Motor or Tri Motor will be pleased to know that production moved up for those variants and will begin a year earlier than expected, ahead of the cheaper single-motor option.
CyberTruck on a massive terraformed Mars: pic.twitter.com/Qq0qHJGvF5
— K10 ✨ (@Kristennetten) December 8, 2019
We will surely have more Cybertruck news and op-eds soon.