In the latest financial report, the electric vehicle company owned by Elon Musk presented a futuristic truck driving through a muddy area. However, despite having a large and advanced single windshield wiper, it seemed to have difficulty clearing the massive windshield of the vehicle.
The Cybertruck, expected to be delivered to customers by the end of 2023, seems to have a flaw in its windshield-wiping capabilities, which is quite amusing.
In 2021, Elon Musk acknowledged a problem with the Cybertruck’s single wiper. Despite a simple solution of adding a second wiper, Tesla has chosen not to address this design flaw.
No question about it, Tesla’s Cybertruck is super different from an average pickup truck. The aerodynamics are awesome. The bed coffer transforms that open area into a total vault. Plus, the stainless steel allows for a lighter, stronger, and cheaper unibody design.
With a small-ish battery of around 75kWh, a “budget-friendly” version has the potential to really shake things up in the market. When it comes to the Plaid powertrain, there’s simply nothing out there (except for other Teslas, of course) that can rival its insane driving capabilities. However, before all of this excitement can unfold, they should definitely tackle the pesky wiper problem.
Reference- The Verge, Tesla Financial Report, Futurism, Inside EVs