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Elon Musk is making headlines again, but the spotlight is on Tesla's newest addition to its electric vehicle fleet: the Cybertruck. Musk revealed the prototype for his pickup truck, which is slated to be released in late 2021, to much fanfare. The truck will feature three models, the base of which will be a single motor that could allegedly get 250 miles on a full battery. The trucks' dimensions and sheer might are meant to compete with similar models by Ford and GMC. Some motor enthusiasts think it could be a breakthrough, but others will believe it when they see it. What do you think of Tesla's Cybertruck? 

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Tesla's proposed Cybertruck will be a trailblazing vehicle for a number of reasons. Not only will it be the first e-vehicle in the pickup truck space, but the truck will be bulletproof and pull off hauls on par with heavy-hitters like the Ford F-150 and GMC Sierra 1500 Denali. Also, while the futuristic trapezoid-shape design is stirring controversy, many think it's the change-up the automotive industry needs as we head into the 2020s. Take it or leave it, Elon Musk and his supertruck will be hauling in loads of revenue once this tank hits the mainstream market. 

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Much like its founder, the Cybertruck isn't much more than a big dream floated by a lot of hot air. The hyped-up unveiling of Tesla's new e-vehicle design was met with a comedic mishap right off the bat: The "unbreakable" truck's windshield cracked during its toughness demo. Musk himself exclaimed, “Oh my f—ing god! Maybe that was a little too hard.” Also, while Musk's Cybertruck design might be perfect as a prop in the next Mad Max film, it has no place on the road next to real pickups like the F-150. Tesla analysts like Credit Suisse are saying that companies like Ford and General Motors “can breathe a sigh of relief"; in fact, shares of Ford rose 1% upon the big reveal! It's best that Elon Musk just keep shooting for the stars and leave the heavy lifting to Detroit. 

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