Oh, Elon …
Cybertruck resembles a more light armored personnel carrier, according to the rest with Tesla's previous assurances. Elon Musk promised that the rolled stainless steel sheet would be bulletproof and he had allegedly kept his word. During the presentation, one of the employees of the company belonging to the controversial billionaire hit the body of the hammer repeatedly and … nothing happened. Slightly worse went with the presentation of "indestructible" glass.
Elon Musk ordered his employee to squeeze a metal ball into one of Cybertruck's windows. The effect can be seen in the video below.
You probably guessed that the kinetic energy of the item used in the show is much smaller than the energy of any bullet fired from it. Elon Musk nevertheless reacted quite nonchalantly saying that the windows will be further refined until the vehicle is on sale.
The full video of the premiere of the Tesla Cybertruck pickup can be seen below.