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Lego mocked Tesla about Cybertruck from Elon Musk

Lego mocked Tesla about the embarrassing Cybertruck of Elon Musk revealing with their own & # 39; guaranteed unbreakable & # 39; vehicle

  • Lego posted an image of their own version of an unbreakable truck on Monday
  • The toy company post is the newest in a series of memes to mock Tesla
  • The chief designer of Tesla succeeded in creating the & # 39; indestructible & # 39; shatter glass of the Cybertruck

Lego has done a hilarious blow at Tesla about the embarrassing Cybertruck unveiling of Elon Musk with their own & # 39; guaranteed unbreakable & # 39; truck.

The Australian Facebook page of the company shared an image of a Lego stone with wheels on Monday, reassuring potential buyers that their products are resistant to crushing.

The image was accompanied by the caption: & # 39; The evolution of the truck is here. Guaranteed unbreakable. & # 39;

Lego Australia mocked Monday with Tesla CEO Elon Musk & # 39; s new Cybertruck by posting an image of a toy stone with wheels. The toy company for children has guaranteed that their vehicle is really & # 39; unbreakable & # 39; is

Lego Australia mocked Monday with Tesla CEO Elon Musk & # 39; s new Cybertruck by posting an image of a toy stone with wheels. The toy company for children has guaranteed that their vehicle is really & # 39; unbreakable & # 39; is

Tesla design chief Franz von Holshausen is shown Thursday (left) and tries to prove that the glass of the Cybertruck & # 39; unbreakable & # 39; is by throwing a heavy metal ball up close - but the glass broke with both attempts

Tesla design chief Franz von Holshausen is shown Thursday (left) and tries to prove that the glass of the Cybertruck & # 39; unbreakable & # 39; is by throwing a heavy metal ball up close - but the glass broke with both attempts

Tesla design chief Franz von Holshausen is shown Thursday (left) and tries to prove that the glass of the Cybertruck & # 39; unbreakable & # 39; is by throwing a heavy metal ball up close – but the glass broke with both attempts

Eles Musk, CEO of Tesla, will face the smashed prototype on Thursday in Los Angeles

Eles Musk, CEO of Tesla, will face the smashed prototype on Thursday in Los Angeles

Eles Musk, CEO of Tesla, will face the smashed prototype on Thursday in Los Angeles

Tesla & # 39; s CEO Elon Musk unveiled a prototype of the Cybertruck last Thursday, but testing the acclaimed design features only ended in embarrassment.

The Los Angeles event, which should show off the indestructible design and armored windows of the vehicle, went horribly wrong when Musk invited Tesla's chief designer Franz von Holzhausen to break the truck to pieces.

& # 39; You want a truck that you can go with a sledgehammer, a truck that doesn't scratch, doesn't dents, & # 39; said Musk.

Musk was embarrassed during the live demonstration on Thursday when the windows of the truck broke

Musk was embarrassed during the live demonstration on Thursday when the windows of the truck broke

Musk was embarrassed during the live demonstration on Thursday when the windows of the truck broke

Despite surviving a bludgeoning from a sledgehammer, the windows then von Holzhausen shattered metal balls to the & # 39; indestructible & # 39; glass lobde.

Musk told the shocked audience that Tesla & # 39; would fix it in the mail & # 39; and that they had thrown away all kinds of objects during the test phase.

& # 39; We threw keys, we threw everything – we literally even threw the sink at the glass and it didn't break. For some strange reason it broke now, I don't know why, & he said.

The & # 39; Cybertruck & # 39 ;, which looks like an armored vehicle with a futuristic angular body in gunmetal gray, will go into production in 2021, Musk said at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Thursday

The & # 39; Cybertruck & # 39 ;, which looks like an armored vehicle with a futuristic angular body in gunmetal gray, will go into production in 2021, Musk said at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Thursday

The & # 39; Cybertruck & # 39 ;, which looks like an armored vehicle with a futuristic angular body in gunmetal gray, will go into production in 2021, Musk said at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Thursday

Lego, which has collected 12,000 likes and more than 15,000 shares in less than a day, is the newest to roll the electric vehicle giant since the blunder on Thursday went viral.

A Facebook user said under the post: & # 39; You know you've ruined it when Lego throws shadow on your path. & # 39;

Despite Thursday's unveiling, Musk has poached on Twitter that Tesla had already won nearly 150,000 orders.

The Cybertruck would have a range of 500 miles with a single charge and is available for $ 39,000.

ELON MUSK & # 39; S BIGGEST PR GAFFES

November 2019: During a demonstration of the & # 39; unbreakable windows & # 39; the glass of the Cybertruck is broken

November 2019: SpaceX & # 39; s rocket prototype Starship has been inflated due to a major failure during pressure testing

October 2019: Musk admits that he made a big mistake with artificial intelligence instead of human workers at Tesla

June 2018: Musk announces & # 39; difficult but necessary reorganization & # 39; with nine percent of the workforce being released

September 2019: The new Tesla Smart Summon function causes chaos in parking spaces, leading to bumper damage and near collisions

April 2019: SpaceX lost its rocket booster on the rough sea on its way back to the port after collecting

October 2018: Tesla shares fall to $ 250, the lowest in a year

August 2018: Musk tweets that he keeps Tesla private for $ 420 per share. It leads to an increase in the share price, which increased his individual assets by $ 1.4 billion that day

July 2018: After offering a team of engineers to rescue a group of Thai boys who got stuck in a cave, Musk launches an astonishing attack on a local diver trying to save them. He calls the man a & # 39; pedo & # 39; in retaliation for his criticism of Tesla's failure to reach the children and save them

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