Tesla Semi is smashed by a truck driver, who refers to it as an utterly stupid vehicle.
Currently, a truck that appears to be broken has been spotted stuck by a roadside in Missouri, Missouri.
The company claims that it is actually not broken either, much to the delight of those who criticise Tesla's efforts in the EV sector.
The California Design Studio of US electric vehicle and battery manufacturer Tesla showcased its electric truck design, Tesla Semi, on Thursday evening (US time).
The electric Semi was first unveiled by Tesla in 2017, and after two years of delays, the first vehicles are now leaving its Austin, Texas, facility.
Tesla won't introduce a new electric vehicle until at least 2023.
but production on the Model Y has begun at a smaller volume in the new factory for the electric carmaker, Elon Musk said.
Elon Musk said that the delay is partly because Semis incorporate battery cells that are five times larger than those found in its passenger cars,
and the supply of batteries is still insufficient for both Tesla cars and Semis.
Considering an all-electric Class 8 truck will have regenerative braking in its arsenal, physical vehicle brakes are likely to last for very long periods.