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Tesla Cybertruck Endures Bulletproof Testing

by EVBASEOperate Oktober 21, 2023

Tesla Cybertruck Endures Bulletproof Testing

The Tesla Cybertruck,  known for its futuristic design and robust features, recently underwent an extraordinary bulletproof testing. CEO Elon Musk revealed that the vehicle endured gunfire from a Tommy Gun. This test aimed to showcase the Cybertruck's exceptional safety standards.

 

Unveiling the Bulletproof Test

A video shared by a member of the Tesla Owners Club of Silicon Valley depicted a Cybertruck driving on the highway, displaying approximately 40-50 bullet holes on its driver's side. Elon Musk confirmed that an entire drum magazine of a Tommy Gun was emptied into the driver's door during the test. Surprisingly, no bullets penetrated into the cabin, demonstrating the truck's ability to protect its occupants. While the cabin proved impenetrable, it is important to note that the car's windows were not subjected to bullet testing. Thus, the extent of their safety remains uncertain.

 

Emphasizing Security and Coolness Factor

During an appearance on Jay Leno's Garage, Elon Musk was asked about the purpose of having bulletproof, armored glass on a truck. Musk humorously replied that it is because it's "badass" and "super cool." He further added that the Cybertruck aims to be the ultimate vehicle in terms of apocalypse protection.

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