Between promoting plans to fight Mark Zuckerberg and his in-office workout regimen for the bout that may not actually happen, Elon Musk has been hyping Cybertruck, Tesla Inc.'s Blade Runner-inspired pickup.
Early last month, Musk posted on X that he'd just driven a prototype around Austin, where Tesla will assemble the truck. A week later, the company announced the first one had been built, only to clarify days later that it was making "release candidates" that weren't yet ready for sale.
So when Musk posted a week ago about another drive in another prototype, one prominent fan seemed to have had it. "Enough with the hype," wrote James Locke, a Tesla owner who's tangled with the chief executive officer before. "Please announce the specs, pricing and new estimated delivery event date."
Musk offered little to pacify Tesla enthusiasts who've eagerly anticipated this product since its viral unveiling in late 2019. He wrote that the company wasn't yet ready to release that information and reiterated that the steel-bodied Cybertruck will be extremely difficult to build.