The recent launch of the CyberTruck by Tesla and Elon Musk have been the recent discussion trends on Twitter. During the recent presentation, the tester broke the windows of the truck with a stone, which amused the audience.
Still, Elon Musk tweeted the other day that the company has already received 250,000 preorders for the CyberTruck.
250k— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 27, 2019
Pompliano likes CyberTruck's futuristic design
The Twitter seems to have divided into those who are welcoming Tesla’s new product and those are trolling it.
In the first camp is the VC Bitcoin investor Anthony Pompliano from Morgan Creek Digital who also runs a popular podcast.
Tesla CyberTruck in all black.— Pomp ? (@APompliano) November 22, 2019
Say what you want about the company, but they don’t disappoint on product design ? pic.twitter.com/CpqZyIlTBh
Pepsi, Lego are trolling the car
Big brands, such as Pepsi, Lego, etc, however, decided to join the second part of Twitter. They are mocking the newly presented electric car.
The evolution of the truck is here. Guaranteed shatterproof ? pic.twitter.com/RocTEkzzwI— LEGO (@LEGO_Group) November 27, 2019
Demo day pic.twitter.com/kSFaU1IYzb— Pepsi (@pepsi) November 22, 2019
Revealed our Dynertruck the same day as the Cybertruck... smh pic.twitter.com/Wmucb5evHk— Denny's (@DennysDiner) November 22, 2019
Dubai police intend to patrol streets on CyberTruck
Despite the ‘uneven reception’ of CyberTruck, Dubai police force announced that they wish to use CyberTruck in the future.
شرطة دبي - 2020 - Dubai Police #CyberTruck pic.twitter.com/V9rMPLgjS4— Dubai Policeشرطة دبي (@DubaiPoliceHQ) November 26, 2019
Elon Musk and the crypto world
The crypto community is looking forward to the day when Tesla starts accepting crypto for their products. In the past, CZ Binance even offered to buy a Tesla if Musk would accept BNB for it.
Lol, it's spreading. I will buy a Tesla if you accept crypto... https://t.co/IgdieNZA0H— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) October 23, 2018
As reported by U.Today recently, several Bitcoin scammers used Elon Musk’s public figure and name to try and milk Bitcoin and Ethereum out of their victims, promising them a new Tesla Model S.