The multi-talented celebrity with a huge social media and YouTube following, Joe Rogan visited the Gigafactory Texas last week. His visit to the automaker’s new factory happened on the day of Tesla’s 2021 Earnings Call.
Tesla had put the latest version of the Cybertruck prototype on display at the huge factory floor. Joe Rogan was amazed to see this machine in real life. He also posted a few pictures of it on his Instagram profile which has 14.4 million followers.
“The Cybertruck is the coolest car I’ve ever seen in my life. Insanely attractive in real life, and feels like a huge leap into the future,” Joe stated on the Instagram post having the pictures of the Cybertruck.
It is not easy to impress a man who has a large pool of fame, wealth, and has enjoyed many sports and supercars already. But, the Cybertruck has struck the curious mind of Joe Rogan who also happens to be a friend of Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
Cybertruck is one of the most non-conformist and polarizing designs in the history of the automotive industry. Yet, it is going into production this year at Tesla’s Gigafactory in Austin Texas.
Despite harsh criticism, Elon Musk kept on holding with the origami-themed design of the Cybertruck. One reason for the low-poly design of this futuristic electric pickup truck is the mouldability of 30X cold-rolled stainless which the body of the Cybertruck is made of.
As it is polarizing, there is a big fan-following of the Cybertruck as well, they just love the simplicity of the design and its aggressive futuristic looks. It reminds Elon Musk of the Blade Runner movie universe theme that hints at a possible future of humanity.
Elon Musk has appeared on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast multiple times to talk about several issues and his vision for humanity. The last time he appeared on the show was back in 2020 when his youngest son X Æ A-12 was born. At the beginning of the podcast, Musk tells us how to pronounce his son’s name and what every letter of the name actually means, let’s listen to it below.
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