In a recent, lighter-hearted post, Tesla CEO Elon Musk again mentioned Cybertruck's potential amphibious capabilities.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk, for his part, said that Tesla probably can provide a Cybertruck with a similar capacity.
This suggests Tesla CEO Elon Musks' claim of a potential amphibious Cybertruck function might not be as far-fetched as expected.
Apparently inspired after watching this video of his company's Model S driver successfully driving a vehicle through a flood-damaged underpass in Kazakhstan,
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk tweeted that Model S could drive completely on water, and the rotating wheels would help push the vehicle across.
If you actually do end up in flood waters and are driving a Tesla, Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that you can push the vehicle
through rising waters by turning the wheels back and forth--which, when you think about it, sounds kind of like the cars version of using paddles.
A vehicle that could be driven under the sea would have to be pressurized, and we already know that Teslas and Elon Musks' desire is to send rockets to Mars.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk will joke afterward that he was disappointed to learn the Lotus did not actually convert to a sub,
and he will likely try an amphibious vehicle using Teslas technology.
Elon Musks later said he was disappointed that the Care did not really transform into a submarine,
adding that he would probably try his hand at developing an amphibious vehicle using Tesla technology.
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