Over the weekend, it was spotted outside Los Angeles International Airport and on the I-405.
Nevertheless, Musk said the plan is to have the electric ATV ready for launch around the same time as the Cybertruck, which pegs it for a late-2021 launch. Not only did folks see the Cybertruck concept out on the highway at nights, but also on public roads, and parked directly in front of the ultimately exclusive Nobu Japanese restaurant in Malibu, which is a known hot spot for celebs.
That said, we're curious: What do YOU think of the Cybertruck NOW that you've seen it among other, normal vehicles? Previously, footage of the truck driving through Hawthorne, California, was posted to Instagram.
According to Tesla, the top-of-the-line version of the Cybertruck will have a range of over 500 miles and can go from 0-60 mph in under three seconds.
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A representative for Musk did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment on the manoeuvre. It will be released in three variants: a $39,900 single-motor rear-wheel drive, a $49,900 dual motor all-wheel drive and a $69,900 tri-motor all-wheel drive. The musician Grimes, who according to media reports has been dating Musk, appears to be one of the vehicle's passengers.
We may never know precisely the fine details or who was traveling in the Cybertruck piloted by Musk, aside from what has been allegedly discovered by celebrity paparazzi outlets like TMZ.
"We'll aim to have it [ATV] come out same time as truck", Musk added. Electric dirt bikes would be cool too. There's no desire for road bikes, however, as the Tesla boss shared he "almost died" after a truck hit him on a motorcycle at age 17.
Not road bikes though, it seems: "We won't do road bikes, as too unsafe".