Footage recently circulated on social media of a Tesla Cybertruck stuck in the snow, unable to drive further. In the video, the poster jokingly says “I’ll call Elon, he’ll get you out,” referring to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
The futuristic, stainless steel vehicle with its angular design does not seem well-equipped to handle snowy conditions. This raises the question – is the vehicle’s design to blame, or is it simply poor planning on the part of the driver?
You gotta admit, it’s pretty funny. But in all seriousness, I don’t think you can blame the truck’s design itself. With the right tires or chains, plus careful driving, it should be able to handle snow just fine. It’s about having the proper equipment and caution for the conditions.
It’s like runners wearing different shoes for different surfaces. You wouldn’t wear racing flats to run through deep snow. Common sense plays a role here. Any vehicle can get stuck in the snow without proper tires and experience driving in those conditions.
So while the image of the futuristic Cybertruck stranded in the snow is humorously ironic, the fault seems to lie more in lack of preparation than in the vehicle’s design. With the right equipment and smart driving, even this blade-shaped truck should be able to hold its own when the weather turns cold and snowy.