Tesla unveils James Bond-inspired Cybertruck

Elon Musk unveiled the bullet-proof, electric pickup truck, which he said was influenced in part by a design from “The Spy Who Loved Me.”
1:55 | 11/22/19

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We want to turn to a new Tesla truck breaking the internet. Elon Musk debuted the bulletproof electric cybertruck overnight. Our Rebecca Jarvis is here. Rebecca, I was just thinking the other day I need a bulletproof vehicle but this announcement didn't exactly go the way it was supposed to. I hope you don't need that. This is classic Elon Musk. Tesla's new cybertruck designed to look different than everything else on the road and an unveiling unlike any other. He loves to do the unexpected and this shattered expectations. So I present to you the cybertruck. Reporter: Overnight Tesla's CEO Elon Musk unveiling the company's highly anticipated all new electric pickup. The cybertruck. Starting at $39,900, it can outrace a Porsche. Immediately gaining attention online for its radical metallic look. Doesn't look like anything else. Reporter: On Twitter users writing, finally, Elon Musk made the car I always drew when I was 5. Another writing, it immediately reminded me of the Homer Simpson car and I can't believe that this isn't an April fools' joke and the truck didn't look much better after this happened during a demonstration of its supposedly unbreakable windows. Oh, my. Well -- Let's try that. Try that? Sure. Oh, man. It didn't go through. Reporter: Musk tried to brush the gaffe off. Fix it in post. So you can look at this a few different ways. Yes, things didn't go exactly as planned but the amount of attention the cybertruck is now getting, how many millions more people have seen this pickup because of that gaffe. There's this funny point where he said we're giving test rides just be mindful of the glass. Millions more saw it and confirmed they don't want it. Thanks. We're following a lot of

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