Controversial Tesla Cybertruck is a DISASTROUS Vanity Project

The 2024 Cybertruck is possibly the most polarizing and most unique new vehicle on the market today. Sharp edges and acute angles along with an ultra-durable stainless steel exterior make for a truck like none other before it. Look at all the hype on the new cybertruck! They can’t stop bragging about how resistant it is to bullets, and with those unbreakable glass and more. I’ll tell you the truth, anyone who gets close can easily notice all the flaws in it. Test drive coming soon. The Cybertruck is deadly for pedestrians and cyclists.

The Tesla Cybertruck is out and already people are ready to declare it a safety nightmare. It’s a shocker that it cleared the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. “Guided missile” and “death machine” are some of the loaded phrases being tossed around at the Chicago Auto Show media days. Safety experts are “raising concerns” about the truck’s crumple zones or lack thereof. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) nor the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) — two independent bodies that test new vehicles — have any plans to conduct crash safety tests with the Cybertruck. The

Cybertruck is heavy, high-riding, very quick, and likely to be extremely deadly to anyone unlucky enough to stumble into its path. EV trucks, in particular, are more deadly due to their increased weight from the battery. For some reason, you don’t see as many media stories calling out, for example, the F-150 Lightning or Rivian R1T or Chevy Silverado EV. We take a closer look at the Cybertruck, is it a toy or a serious truck? Its been proven that heavy snow is not the best idea for cyber trucks. One of the more standout qualities of the Tesla Cybertruck is its bare stainless-steel body.

The stainless-steel body gives the Cybertruck a unique design, but also brings unique problems. While some people believe that stainless steel can’t rust, the truth of the matter is that stainless steel can and will rust, which is something Cybertruck owners are quickly learning. We test the strength of the truck with a few good kicks, and with steel toed boots. Watch this. Love it or hate it, the Tesla Cybertruck turns heads like nothing else on the road right now. Thanks for watching! ➡️ Looking for more automotive news?

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