WATCH: Serena Williams’ husband Alexis Ohanian reviews the Tesla Cybertruck after Elon Musk delivered it himself for the Reddit co-founder
Alexis Ohania called it an APC from Aliens.
Alexis Ohanian drives the new Tesla Cybertruck (Images via X)
Serena Williams’ husband and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian shared his experience of driving the new Tesla Cybertruck which was delivered to him by the man- Elon Musk himself. Ohanian revealed that he always wanted to one a vehicle like that and now that he has got his hands on it, he also shared his experience of driving the Cybertruck.
The Reddit co-founder shared a video wherein he is being walked to his Cybertruck by Musk and then he goes on a drive. Ohanian starts his review by praising the Cybertruck for smelling nice and being smooth. He then talks about the size part and claims that it is big but not “unwieldy”.
The renowned entrepreneur then goes on to call it an “APC from Aliens”. Alexis Ohanian then points out that the vehicle is spacious, comfortable, and has a futuristic feeling. Ohanian shared the video on X (formerly Twitter) and wrote a small review in the caption too.
Sharing first impressions of my Cybertruck after picking it up last week… runs smooth, smells nice, and reminds me of an APC from AliensAlexis Ohanian wrote in his review for the Tesla Cybertruck.
It is worth mentioning that Alexis Ohanian was one of the first to get a Tesla Cybertruck soon after the launch event in Austin, Texas.
Survey reveals many would not buy Tesla Cybertruck
While Alexis Ohanian was thrilled to get his Tesla Cybertruck as his wish to own such a vehicle was fulfilled, many would not buy Tesla’s new EV, as per a survey. 67% of people voted against buying the new EV from one of the leasing EV-manufacturing companies in America.
The survey, conducted by the Canaccord Genuity team did not reveal the headcount but claimed that it included a broad group of respondents who were not among the 2 million Cybertruck reservation holders.
We had an incredibly robust response to our survey. It was interesting to hear that two-thirds didn't want it and, frankly, that was a lot better than we expected.Canaccord analyst George Gianarikas said in an interview with Yahoo Finance.
Notably, the newly-launched Tesla Cybertruck with the all-wheel drive version starts at $79,990 with a 340-mile range and 600 hp. The top-of-the-line Cyberbeast version starts at $99,990 and includes a tri-motor setup capable of 845 hp and 320 miles of range.
Tesla claims both of these versions will be delivered starting in 2024. The cheapest among all, the rear-wheel drive version with a 250 mile range that will start at $60,990 will be available in 2025.
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