Tesla Cybertruck’s armored glass breaks on first try
Today, Tesla unveils its first electric pickup, which stands out with its unusual design. The test to show the robustness of the armored glass of the Cybertruck vehicle was disappointing.
Tesla, the American electric car manufacturer, has officially unveiled its first electric pickup, which has occupied the agenda for quite some time today. Launched at the event in Los Angeles, USA, the Cybertruck vehicle was brought to the forefront with its exceptional design and robustness. There was even a trial on the stage to demonstrate the durability of the armored glass used in the vehicle.
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However, things did not go as requested. The metal ball the size of a baseball, thrown by Tesla’s chief designer Franz von Holzhausen on the armored glass of Tesla Cybertruck, severely cracked the glass on the first attempt. Although the armored glass was not completely broken, the cracks extended to the window edges. In the second attempt, the rear window was cracked.
The show to demonstrate the durability of the armored glass resulted in complete disappointment. Elon Musk, who witnessed these moments, stepped in and tried to manage the situation. Because the environment suddenly cut ice.
After the first unsuccessful attempts, while laughing in the hall, Musk said, ‘Maybe it was too harsh,’ and he joked. However, the situation did not change in the second attempt. The CEO of Tela stated that they did not encounter such a problem in previous tests and said that they would correct this situation.