Now you can add cutlery to the list of official Cybertruck-inspired products that hit the market before Tesla managed to release the actual vehicle. On Wednesday, the Tesla investor sawyer merritt The automaker’s Chinese trading division has been found to have partnered with McDonald’s to produce 50,000 limited-edition “Cyber Spoons.”
The spoons sport the electric vehicle’s angular design and brushed silver finish and reportedly cost 30 yuan (about $4). It comes with its own storage tube that has “powered by Tesla” stamped on the end. Oh, and the spoon itself says “DON’T PANIC,” a nod to the book. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy written by Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s “favorite philosopher,” Douglas Adams. McDonald’s in China has also made Cybertruck-inspired McFlurry containers as part of the promotion.