Elon Musk And Jay Leno Hop In The 2021 Tesla Cybertruck | Jay Leno's Garage

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Watch as Elon Musk and Jay Leno go for a joy ride in the 2021 Tesla Cybertruck + more bonus sneaks! Then, catch an all new episode of “Jay Leno’s Garage” Wednesday at 10P ET on CNBC.
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Elon Musk And Jay Leno Hop In The 2021 Tesla Cybertruck | Jay Leno’s Garage


CNBC Prime says:

This is an exclusive sneak peek of this week's episode of Jay Leno's Garage – the Elon Musk clip in full and much more will air on Wednesday at 10P ET on CNBC!

Jay says:

It doesn’t look like a modern day car

Chris says:

Why it's bullet proof? Because it's super cool.
EOD. 🙂

Hi there says:

Truck? with the payload of a big SUV? ……….. pretty laughable

Butt UGLY too

user number:69 says:

Noooo not smaller


Came here for the cybertruck and got a helicopter ride.

Multidimensional Traveler says:

Wtf is this where did the Cyber truck go

Sean Taylor says:

I agree with you Elon

TheWatcher3000 says:

Stupid video changes halfway through

Ernesto Golli says:

This is total BS, acting like its the first time that truck has been in that tunnel. Id rather see a cybercopter than truck.

M S says:

I'm just here to watch Elon musk and it switches to a heli WTF.

ً says:

Long story short the Cybertruck turned into a helicopter

james pong says:

Jay Leno is such a nice guy, I like his chin too.

Likeableshark4 says:

Why is it bullet proof?
Because it’s badass and super cool

Shahzaib Ansari says:

J leno reminds me of sleepy joe lmaooo

Bhuvanesh s.k says:

I want this car….

Rob Bowman says:

Nevermind the tesla semi prototype they drove past at :10

Achban Ilacran says:

Wow… Leno is what, now? 10000?

Fudi E55 says:

That is one Ugly truck!

Johnny Mula says:

By far one of the ugliest looking vehicles ever created.

Carlos Baltodano says:

Why are we reducing the size of the truck by 5%? Look how close Jay and E are sitting. Looks like they are riding in a Tacoma vs a Ram 1500 or F150… 5% less and that interior would be comparable in size to a mid size suv like a CRV or Rav4

Paine Thomas says:

I think the truck look fugly to me as a GM truck owner, but I can't disagree with Elon. He knows his market and built to cater to their wants and needs.

I also agree with him that concept and preproduction prototypes need to look close to the final car. While this is happening more than it used to (Supra and Bronco are good examples), it seems like many automakers still create awesome prototypes and then underwhelm us with the production car. Whether the reasons are related to financial strain, needing to hit a price point, supplier issues, or just brand image, it gets old being hyped up for a car that simply doesn't deliver.

Best example of overdelivering on expectations goes to Ram with he TRX. Concept gets a 575hp V8 and decent styling. Production version gets 702hp and looks like it really is the king of the pickup truck dinosaurs.

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