Loading…
  • Tesla-Cybertruck
  • Tesla-Cybertruck-2
  • Tesla-Cybertruck-3
  • Tesla-Cybertruck-4
  • Tesla-Cybertruck-5
  • Tesla-Cybertruck-6
  • Tesla-Cybertruck-7
  • Tesla-Cybertruck-8
Loading…

In what will come as a surprise to absolutely no one, Elon Musk has once again turned the motoring world on its head by releasing another new Tesla vehicle that defies all usual convention. This time around, Tesla pulled the blanket off brand new truck–not just any truck, the Cybertruck!–that’s billed as having “better utility than a truck with more performance than a sports car.” This is Tesla after all, so we’re not going to argue, but the performance and build specs really do back up their claim. The nearly impenetrable exoskeleton is made from Ultra-Hard 30x Cold-Rolled stainless and paired with Tesla armor glass. The rear storage area–most other brands would call it the bed– has 100 cubic feet of lockable storage good for everything from ATVs to a weekend worth of supplies. The interior comfortably seats six, along with having additional storage under the second row seats. And then there’s the looks. If we’re being completely honest, the Cybertruck has a profile befitting the name in that it’s equal parts Tesla while also looking like a quick, four-line, video game sketch of a truck that hasn’t quite been fully rendered by whatever system you’re playing the game on. And yet, something about that incredibly simplistic profile and utter lack of design makes it as beautiful as it is rudimentary. Hell, we’d drive it.

uncrate2-1 (1) (1)

To access the preferred investment of global billionaires, you used to actually need billions. But not anymore. You just need Masterworks, the award winning investment platform. Masterworks allows you to invest in shares of contemporary art, an asset class that’s outpaced the S&P 500 by 164% for the last 25 years. It’s so easy to use that over 500,000 members are already benefiting. In fact, since inception Masterworks has delivered a 29% average Net Realized Return to investors. Cool Material subscribers can skip the waitlist.