What is the link to the Cybertruck premiere livestream?
I haven’t seen a link yet. Chances are Elon will tweet it out tomorrow before the event. You can probably find it on cybrtrk.com (that just redirects to tesla.com at this point).
Here on the website or on Tesla's Youtube channel:
@azucena, flagged for suspicious link.
Tesla tweeted a livestream link, but it hasn’t started yet (only 6:35pm EST): https://twitter.com/tesla/status/1197612306705707013?s=21
'Starting' might be a more appropriate descriptor....
Reminds me of those offroad, Baja sport trucks that they do endurance racing with out in the desert, though the whole shattered glass thing was anti-climatic even if the ATV reveal was pretty cool.
I didn't see any glass "shatter". I'm sure MSNBC and others will embellish enough. We don't have to.
Did Tesla publish a recording of the unveiling anywhere? The livestream just takes you to the order page. There are videos on YouTube, but not from Tesla and not complete. I’d like to watch the whole thing.
They won’t be posting the unveil, and they’ll be scrubbing it from the internet on copyright grounds. It was an epic fail, as the kids say.
The question is not how to watch it but how to unwatch it.
those ordering disagree nuk
You can watch a brief replay of the event, complete with the glass shattering bit, here:
@EVRider, you can watch a replay of the entire LiveStream, after a brief loading period, here:
It was pretty well pre-staged with a "Spinner" police car from the Blade Runner movies and some guy playing with a Tesla coil and other such futuristic-toned exhibits outside the event.
@jimglas is right given the fact that Tesla received another 41,000 Cybertruck orders since yesterday, bringing the total up to some 187,000 pre-orders thus far:
That isn't "shattering" glass. Perhaps "breaking" glass or more appropriately "cracking" glass but definitely not "shattering".
This is an example of "shattering" glasshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=my-vY6Ux6lE
See the difference? Don't get carried away with overly dramatic verbiage. There's too much of that going around the internet and new media in general.
@Earl and Nagin ...
Was just using the language as defined by those that were there, but it still could've gone better.
Up to 200,000 pre-orders now!