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Don’t wait to cop: Tesla’s Cybertruck pre-orders are already at 250,000

Just about a week ago, Elon Musk unveiled his new vehicle model for Tesla, name the Cyber Truck. And with all due respect, it’s living up to the name.

Well, first, the truck resembles something out of the popular 80’s film (remade in 2017 about 2049 while the original depicted 2019) Blade Runner, which is one of the inspirations behind the physical presence of this truck.

With it’s pixelated, bland, sharp-edged, brushed steel, and industrial-sized wheels, it’s hard to tell what’s really there, in front of your eyes, in the three dimensions we live in.

It’s also not unusual to buy a vehicle online, but what’s interesting is how Elon Musk and Tesla are taking the e-commerce shopping game for exactly what it is. I’m sure you can buy more than one and try to flip them like some Supreme or Jordan collaboration.

Musk has already claimed that 250,000 trucks have been pre-ordered. And if you think this truck isn’t on the affordable side, you are sadly mistaken.

With three price ranges from $39,999 to $69,999, not to mention the $100 deposit through apple pay, to make sure you’re locked into the sale, this truck is as easy to buy as anything else on the internet.

But with 250k in pre-orders, I’m curious to know who has made the investment into the “Ultra-Hard 30X Cold-Rolled stainless-steel exoskeleton,” “Tesla armor glass,” 0-60 range in 2.9 seconds, and towing capacity of 14,000+ lbs.

Add up a Tri-Motor All-Wheel-Drive set up, and you got one powerful electric vehicle – ripping up asphalt while keeping carbon emissions down.

For the record, this consumer vehicle comes bullet-proof as a standard, with shatter-resistant glass.

It’s built like an old-school coffee kettle only because of the “Ultra-Hard” stainless steel unable to be pressed by metal stamping machines that give automobiles their sleek, smooth look, Cyber Truck manufacturers are only capable of making straight-lines.

Still a cool look, rebirthed from the minds behind the Blade Runner film who envisioned a dystopian future.

I can imagine this car in the next popular hip-hop song’s music video or just driven by your favorite pop star.

What else can this car do besides turn-heads, the physics behind this might be a bit off but here is the Cyber Truck man-handling a Ford F-150 for thrills; Elon Musk looks like he does shit like this all day.

We look forward to purchasing one – one day – with the sweet price tag for any millennial fresh out of debt, or interested in owning one of the coolest cars on the road and not breaking the bank.

Heres a video of the Cyber Truck in action: