Elon Musk has invited his Twitter followers to “speak out against bad practices” with the new limited edition Cyberwhistle Tesla.
Touted as a “premium” gadget, the Cyberwhistle is made of “medical grade stainless steel”. Its design reminds us of Tesla’s famous Cybertruck, but without the glass problem.
Unlike the Cybertruck whose launch was postponed twice, the cyberwhistles were easily accessible. They were sold at a price of 1,000 DOGE each, which equates to almost $60 at the current price of the same coin.
While that sum may seem sky-high for a simple whistle, the product is already sold out, according to Tesla’s official website.
An allusion to Twitter?
The Cyberwhistles launch comes amid a legal battle between Twitter and Elon Musk. Earlier this year, the famous billionaire offered to buy Twitter for $44 billion. Shortly after, he withdrew his offer, citing “breaches of contractual obligations”.
Specifically, Elon Musk accuses Twitter of giving him false information about the number of spambots and fake accounts on the platform. An accusation confirmed by the former chief security officer of Twitter, Peiter Zatko. According to him, “Twitter simply does not know how many spambots are on its platform”. That said, it seems that the problem is much more complex than we are led to believe.
In late August, Elon Musk’s lawyers called Mr. Zatko to testify at their next hearing. Something that could help the boss of Tesla win his battle against Twitter.
Just two weeks after the start of the trial and three after Mr. Zatko’s statements, Tesla threw the Cyberwhistle. It could therefore be an allusion to his affair with Twitter, especially since Musk has called on his followers to speak out against bad practices with their whistles.
While Tesla is known for its many delays, how was the company able to design, produce, manufacture and launch the whistle and its box in just three weeks?
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