Elon Musk talked about his favorite car, and this model is not even up for sale yet

As we all know, the man who was once considered the richest in the world had a very eventful year. All of this is largely due to the bloodshed that has been reflected in his handling of Twitter as the social network’s new CEO.

At the same time, his constant subtraction of Tesla stock has contributed to two relatively worrisome situations: On the one hand, he no longer tops the list of people with the most banknotes on the planet.

On the other hand, Tesla Motors has experienced a relative decline, and its share price has only fallen since Musk started caring about Twitter.

With the shutdown in January 2023, it was the inevitable time to call investors. Where Elon Musk had to face the difficult year that the last financial quarters experienced.

It was in this context that Elon Musk tried to play a card we don’t know if it’s sincere or just a way to soften the shock of the company’s situation.

Elon Musk’s favorite car is the Cybertruck, which doesn’t even exist on the market.

Elon Musk has revealed that his favorite car to date is the Cybertruck, his own company’s electric pickup truck, which has been delayed for years:

“So this is an amazing product. I can’t wait to personally manage it. This will be the car that I will drive every day. Actually, I’m just… I’m wearing a Cybertruck T-shirt and these goggles. »

“And it’s one of those products that only occasionally appears in history, it’s really special. »

With these words, Musk tried to measure the enthusiasm for his pickup truck, which was originally unveiled in 2019 with a promise to hit the market in 2020.

Then, with the pandemic, there were delays and anger from people who had already paid for this product since it was announced four years ago.

In the last of these twists and turns, Elon Musk announced that production would begin in the summer of 2023. But everything indicates that sales will begin in 2024.

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