Video: Joe Rogan Fires an Arrow at Elon Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck

Rogan decided to test out the durability of Musk's Tesla Cybertruck with his handy bow and arrow.

Joe Rogan
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When Joe Rogan and Elon Musk get together, you never know what’s going to happen.

The Tesla Motors CEO once again joined the longtime UFC commentator on his podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience, to discuss a plethora of topics. Everything from the much-maligned rule against 12-6 elbow strikes in MMA to Musk’s disgust over Mark Zuckerberg’s withdrawal from their proposed billionaire beatdown was on the docket. 

But absolutely nothing topped the moment when Joe Rogan accepted a $1 bet to test out the durability of Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck with the assistance of a bow and arrow. 

“We just shot an arrow into it, barely scratched it,” Rogan said. “It was probably moving 275 feet per second. That’s impressive, very impressive. It just destroyed the broadhead, the broadhead flattened at the tip and then the arrow blew apart. Amazing. If I shot [my truck] with my bow it would go right through it. 100 percent.”

Musk’s Tesla Cybertruck Will Set You Back 50k

Marketed as a bulletproof vehicle, the Tesla Cybertruck is expected to hit the market on November 30 with a $50,000 price tag. So if you’ve ever wanted to drive something that looks like it came from the amalgamated minds of Doc Brown and Mad Max, you better start pinching your pennies. 

“We’re aiming to make about 200,000 a year at point production … maybe a little more, but I just can’t emphasize enough that manufacturing is much much harder than the initial design,” Musk said about the futuristic-looking Cybertruck.

Musk also revealed that the total weight of the vehicle would be upwards of 7,000 pounds. 

Watch the full clip below:

Published on November 1, 2023 at 7:43 pm
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