Tesla’s 100% electric pickup is dreamed of in the US military, but its look also seems great for rap clips, as evidenced by this latest clip from Travis Scott.
Tesla's Cybertruck is definitely turning heads. Whether you like it or hate its atypical look, the pick-up from the firm founded by Elon Musk has been talked about a lot, even finding it in … a rap clip. This is how the Cybertruck offers itself an additional exposure in the last clip of the title "Gang Gang" by Travis Scott, and that's not all, because there is also the Cyberquad, formalized at the same time as the car , and even the Not-A-Flamethrower from the Boring Company.
Beautiful cars are generally common in rap clips, and Tesla's 100% electric pickup and its truly distinctive look is no exception. Note however that the Cybertruck remains motionless throughout the clip, and that the rapper takes good care not to throw a pétanque ball on his windows. Instead, he is found singing in the body of the vehicle, or even on the handlebars of the Cyberquad, when Travis Scott is not spitting flames with the Boring Company's flame thrower. Mad Max atmosphere guaranteed.
Is this a first product placement for the Cybertruck? Tesla has not communicated anything like this, although the firm is usually full of imagination to bypass traditional marketing. The vehicle’s fanfare and feedback have already allowed Tesla to register nearly 250,000 Cybertruck pre-orders. As a reminder, this one should not leave the factories before the end of the year 2021, and 2022 for the most high-end model. As for Travis Scoot, the title of the clip is present in his latest album called "Jackboys" and released on December 27.