The cybertruck is a blocky advancement by Tesla from Elon Musk - and brings with it many different opinions, mainly following the initial presentation - which had a slight mishap.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed the long-awaited electric pickup truck at its Design Studio in Hawthorne, California, just outside Los Angeles on November 21st. When the truck was first driven onto and presented on the stage, it was nothing like what was expected by the audience that had come to gather: not a smooth, curvy and spectacular car, but rather a large box on wheels - with some added angles for effect. It looks more like a piece of art to be displayed rather than to be driven, and doesn’t look the greatest in many people’s eyes - driving a response mocking the new Cybertruck on some social media platforms - including a post from Lego on twitter and memes created solely for this unusual form.

The exoskeleton of the Cybertruck is made from a newly developed stainless steel alloy, the same metal that's used for SpaceX rockets, which Elon Musk stated himself - and that alloy enables the car to be "literally bulletproof" Musk said. He sent a man with a sledgehammer to hit the sides of the truck and test his statement, and didn’t cause any damage to it. However, when Elon Musk performed a demonstration of the truck's supposedly unbreakable metal glass windows, his intentions backfired when a steel ball thrown at the windows did, in fact, break them - not once, but twice, and wasn’t the best start for his Cybertruck. Although it didn’t receive an exceptional launch, with the mishaps with the windows, the Cybertruck was an exceptional hit, with over 200,000 pre-orders within 3 days of the demonstration - suggesting that for all the people out there who see this as a joke, there are a large proportion of people out there which also see it as a great product with high standards - showing a clear opinion as the criticisers do, and seem to have strong hopes for the Cybertruck.