— GuruLeaks (@Guruleaks1) December 8, 2019
The truck didn’t seem to have anything about it that was more production-ready than when we saw it at the unveiling, although seeing it on the street gives a good sense of how large the Cybertruck really is. People spotted the truck stopped in traffic, and on the highway, although the most dramatic — and slightly troubling — aspect came as Musk zipped out of the parking lot and clipped a cone that might’ve been hard to see from its cabin.
Of course, if what you really wanted to see was a Cybertruck rampaging across the landscape taking out any vehicle in its path, then you’ll have to settle for this simulation, courtesy of a modded version of GTA V.
Huge thanks to everyone who contributed ideas to Cybertruck. It’s better because of you! ♥️♥️♥️
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 7, 2019
Cybertruck in the wild near LAX pic.twitter.com/E4FW4KCkgS
— codysimms (@codysimms) December 8, 2019