Tesla showed off its newest all-electric vehicle, Cybertruck, during an event in Los Angeles, but its unveiling on Thursday night didn't appear to go as planned. After the Tesla pickup truck was rolled out, the company's chief designer threw a metal ball to prove how tough it was –– except the demo failed spectacularly.
Twice, the truck's windows were smashed, with Mr Musk joking there was "room for improvement". The all-electric truck was unveiled in Hawthorne, California, where its stainless steel, angular design was greeted with cheers but also bemusement. Tesla's truck will be sold starting at $39,900,for a model which has a range of 250 miles, while the most expensive model, at $69,900, will have a range of 500 miles. It will seat up to six adults and haul a payload of 3,500lbs, Tesla said.