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Technology Elon Musk's Tesla Cybertruck drives snarky Lego response

19:55  26 november  2019
19:55  26 november  2019 Source:   cnet.com

Tesla will reveal its 'cyberpunk' electric pickup on November 21st

  Tesla will reveal its 'cyberpunk' electric pickup on November 21st If you've been eager to cast your eyes on Tesla's pickup truck, you won't have to wait too much longer. CEO Elon Musk says the automaker will reveal its Cybertruck at a Los Angeles event November 21st. Cybertruck unveil on Nov 21 in LA near SpaceX rocket factory — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 6, 2019 Musk talked up the truck at Tesla's annual shareholders meeting in June. He suggested that Ford's F-150, which Musk called a "great truck," is aCybertruck unveil on Nov 21 in LA near SpaceX rocket factory

Elon Musk ' s Tesla Cybertruck debuted with much fanfare last week, but it has some issues. It' s not available yet. It costs just under ,000 for the cheapest version. Lego Australia shared its vision for a futuristic geometric vehicle on Facebook on Tuesday. "The evolution of the truck is here.

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If you like angular vehicles, Lego Australia has you covered with its new Cybertruck competitor.

And you don't have to wait until 2021 to get one. Lego Australia© Provided by CNET And you don't have to wait until 2021 to get one. Lego Australia

Elon Musk'sTesla Cybertruck debuted with much fanfare last week, but it has some issues. It's not available yet. It costs just under $40,000 for the cheapest version. Its supposedly shatterproof windows can be shattered. Perhaps you would like to go the more economical route and embrace Lego's version instead.

a close up of a toy: And you don't have to wait until 2021 to get one.© Lego Australia

And you don't have to wait until 2021 to get one.

Lego Australia shared its vision for a futuristic geometric vehicle on Facebook on Tuesday. "The evolution of the truck is here. Guaranteed shatterproof," the toy company wrote.

Elon Musk confirms Tesla's 'Cyberquad' as a Cybertruck accessory

  Elon Musk confirms Tesla's 'Cyberquad' as a Cybertruck accessory Other than unveiling Tesla's new low-polygon-count pickup, Elon Musk also introduced an electric ATV at the event last night. Dubbed the Cyberquad, Musk confirmed on Twitter today that the two-person ATV will be available "first" as an option for Cybertruck buyers. At the event, the four-wheeler rode into the back of a Cybertruck as the truck's adaptive suspension leaned back for easier loading, and then the ATV plugged in for charging right there in the bed.

LEGO ’ s take on Tesla ’ s truck might have been based on the (many jokes) made on Twitter that compared the truck to a Lego since CEO Elon Musk unveiled LEGO ’ s post pokes fun at the truck ’ s futuristic styling that many people have been criticizing, as well as its “shatterproof” extra-strong glass

Tesla ’ s Cybertruck comes with a hefty price tag… and apparently defective windows. Thankfully, Lego has created a cheaper and more reliable alternative for people seeking an The tongue-in-cheek post – a jab at the embarrassing debut of Elon Musk ’ s latest car creation, during which the vehicle’ s

Lego's Cybertruck snark attack features a glowingly photographed Lego brick sitting on a four-wheeled platform. It's simple. It's cheap. You can build one for yourself.

Just don't try to pit your Lego truck against a Ford F-150 in a tug-of-war test. The plastic-brick-on-wheels can repel bare feet with ease, but it doesn't have much in the way of torque or towing capacity.

Tesla Cybertruck is like nothing else

The strange appearance of Tesla boss Elon Musk in China .
Shanghai. On Tuesday, Tesla boss Elon Musk personally handed over the electric vehicle built in China to the first customer in Shanghai. Musk grinned and improvised a few dance steps in front of a huge screen with a photo of Model 3. © Ding Ting Elon Musk presented Model 3 of his company, which was produced in the new Giga factory in China.

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