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‘Rushed out’ – Tesla Cybertruck faces criticism over build quality

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Tesla’s much-anticipated Cybertrucks, hailed as the future of automotive engineering, are facing criticism from disappointed owners who report alarming rates of malfunctions.

Numerous accounts of malfunctioning Cybertrucks, including abrupt failures within mere miles of driving and issues with critical systems like steering and autopilot, have flooded online forums, sparking concern among consumers.

In one particularly alarming post on the Tesla Owners’ Club forum titled “Worst delivery in my life (truck died in 5 minutes),” a Southern California-based owner described how their Cybertruck shut down completely after just a mile of driving, displaying a flashing red screen indicating steering errors.

Similar stories of malfunctioning vehicles and premature rusting have echoed across online communities dedicated to Tesla owners.

These reports raise questions about the quality control and manufacturing processes at Tesla, with some owners expressing frustration over what they perceive as rushed production.

Despite the high price tag – starting at $80,000 – many owners feel let down by the Cybertruck’s performance and build quality.

One user, known only as JPinaJeep, was so dissatisfied with their Cybertruck experience that they were banned from the Cybertruck Owners’ Forum after posting a scathing review on the Tesla Motors Club discussion board.

JPinaJeep criticized various aspects of the vehicle, from its suspension and steering to its headlights and windshield wipers, labeling the Cybertruck as more of a “toy” than a functional truck.

FILE PHOTO: Tesla’s Cybertruck is displayed at Manhattan’s Meatpacking District in New York City, U.S., May 8, 2021. REUTERS/Jeenah Moon

Great fanfare

Tesla CEO Elon Musk had initially introduced the Cybertruck with great fanfare, touting its bulletproof exterior and futuristic design reminiscent of a vehicle from a James Bond film.

However, the reality for some owners has fallen far short of these lofty promises.

In response to the mounting criticism, Tesla representatives have yet to offer an official comment on the reported issues with the Cybertruck.

However, as complaints continue to surface and gain traction online, the electric vehicle manufacturer may face increasing pressure to address the concerns of its customers and ensure the quality and reliability of its flagship product.

Ahron Young is an award winning journalist who has covered major news events around the world. Ahron is the Managing Editor and Founder of TICKER NEWS.

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Google’s AI-powered search engine goes wild

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Google’s AI-powered search engine has been suggesting unconventional combinations, leaving users bewildered and even concerned at the results.

Users have taken to social media platforms to express their astonishment and amusement at the unusual search results.

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Social media presents threats for cyber security

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We’re all glued to our devices, so how do we keep our data secure?

Cyber security threats are all around us, at a time when we use IT-based systems the most. Ending Cyber Risk is a program that unpacks the cybersecurity industry, in association with Arctic Wolf.

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Security basics prove essential in the fight against cyber breaches

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Cyber security awareness is essential. Where are we going wrong?

Cyber security threats are all around us, at a time when we use IT-based systems the most. Ending Cyber Risk is a program that unpacks the cybersecurity industry, in association with Arctic Wolf.

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