Last night, Elon Musk debuted the newest member of the Tesla family, the Cybertruck, in an electrifying reveal complete with lasers, flames and a cadre of henchmen whom Musk tasked with trying to destroy the vehicle. (It didn't go as planned...)
Here's what it looks like:
The internet immediately launched into meme-mode:
on our way to purchase the cybertruck pic.twitter.com/3xbS6IzrDW— ski patrol lars (@KrangTNelson) November 22, 2019
OK give it a chance let’s just see what the optional lighting package looks li pic.twitter.com/lAwHPYu6ze— Adam Rogers (@jetjocko) November 22, 2019
Some loved it.
In fairness, Elon Musk's Cybertruck is not the worst looking car I have ever seen. pic.twitter.com/ofYOY90emF— Paddy Power (@paddypower) November 22, 2019
Some were more reserved with their praise...
Some thought it looked...familiar.
Am I the only one who thinks Cybertruck resembles the vehicle in the late-1970s Saturday morning kids show Ark II? pic.twitter.com/wwxwBlWELq— Atul Butte (@atulbutte) November 22, 2019
Some sympathized with Musk about the pain of giving a presentation:
Elon unveiling the Tesla Cybertruck. pic.twitter.com/TxNGYDyGzP— Adam Selby (@adamselby) November 22, 2019
The memes capitalized on that moment:
when your live car demo is going great pic.twitter.com/XWn7wdxbyg— David Grossman (@davidgross_man) November 22, 2019
And then, of course, the meme of the moment, "I'm gonna tell me kids this was the..." kicked into overdrive.
gonna tell my kids this was the cybertruck pic.twitter.com/p7l4wCOdkm— Flexington Ave Local (@Dr_TacoMD) November 22, 2019
Even mathematicians found their time to shine
I had to know so I counted. Tesla Cybertruck is 103 polygons. This is a brand new age for racing games! pic.twitter.com/tuMlNG6MeS— Sos Sosowski (@Sosowski) November 22, 2019
Whether you loved it or hated it, you aren't alone.
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