Live demos never work. Something some place consistently turns out badly and the ongoing Tesla’s Armor Glass demo is a case of that.
Tesla’s as of late appeared ~$40,000 Cyber Truck pickup was experiencing a live demo for the strength of its Armor glass. During the demo, Elon Musk, originator, CEO, and boss specialist/fashioner of SpaceX, asked Franz von Holzhausen, Tesla’s lead architect, to toss a baseball ball-sized metal ball at the driver side window.
It surely didn’t end up being the best choice. The glass parted from edge to edge. Despite the fact that the ball went poorly, the entire idea of Armor glass disintegrated alongside the window. Something very similar happened when the metal ball was tossed at the back traveler window.
During the live introduction, Elon was really astounded with the result and stated, “We tossed torques, we tossed everything. We even truly tossed a kitchen sink at the glass, and it didn’t break. For a little strange explanation, it broke now, I don’t have the foggiest idea why.”
When the live introduction finished, the video was moved to ‘Private’ on Tesla’s YouTube channel. By and large, the entire circumstance was quite humiliating for the California-based car organization. Envision purchasing a $40,000 vehicle and having the ‘Reinforcement Glass Windows’ broken by metal balls.