Tesla Cybertruck Crashes into Beverly Hills Hotel, Owner Pleads Elon Musk for Replacement

In an unexpected turn of events, a Tesla Cybertruck collided with the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel, sparking a series of online debates and a plea to Elon Musk for a replacement.

Conflicting reports emerged, with initial claims suggesting a valet was responsible for the crash, prompting Musk to highlight the Cybertruck’s capabilities.

However, the valet company swiftly refuted the allegations, asserting that it was the owner who crashed the electric pickup truck into the hotel.

Online Dispute: Allegations and Musk’s Response

A user on X, identified as @jackdidthatt, posted a dramatic photo of the Cybertruck wedged beneath the Beverly Hills Hotel’s sign, alleging valet involvement and seeking Elon Musk’s assistance in obtaining a new vehicle.

Musk responded, praising the Cybertruck’s features, leading to a back-and-forth on social media. However, the valet company, Dorchester Collection, disputed the claims, clarifying that it was the owner, not a valet worker, who crashed the vehicle.

Cybertruck’s Durability Concerns

Despite the Cybertruck’s reputation for durability, evidenced by its stainless steel paneling and borosilicate glass, the collision with the hotel seemed to cause significant damage.

This incident follows previous concerns about the Cybertruck, including flaws in its aerodynamic wheel covers leading to tire damage and reports of rust after minimal exposure to rain.

Recalls and Investigations: Challenges for Tesla

In a separate development, Tesla faced challenges with recalls, affecting almost all cars sold in America, including the Cybertruck.

The recall, involving 2.2 million vehicles, was initiated due to safety concerns related to warning lights on the instrument panel.

Additionally, another investigation into steering problems in over 334,000 Teslas raised the possibility of further recalls, adding to the company’s recent woes.

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