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Elon Musk says to look for the Tesla 'cyberpunk truck' reveal in November

Mashable Sunday, 8 September 2019
Elon Musk is doing that thing again where he casually drops news that people care about into random Twitter replies.

It happened on Saturday, when a Twitter user asked the Tesla CEO for an update on when the company will reveal its pickup truck. Musk had previously hinted at a summer 2019 reveal for the so-called "Cyberpunk...
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