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Tesla CEO Elon Musk has proven there’s no such thing as bad publicity. Despite a steel ball breaking the widows on his much vaunted “unbreakable” Tesla Cybertruck, Musk tweeted that orders have been flooding in.

He said that there have already been about 146,000 orders for the electric carmaker’s alternative pick-up truck, despite the wonky windows.

Shattering armoured glass and the vehicle’s radical design have concerned investors.

The Cybertruck starts at US$39,900 and Tesla plans to start manufacturing the truck in late 2021.

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