Elon Musk is without a doubt the internet's most beloved billionaire. He might be cringey as hell (anyone remember the Harambe song he produced not that long ago?), but we're glad to have the entertainment at our disposal. Scroll down and be sure to check out some more Musky memes here and over at eBaum's World!
The Tesla 3 has been one of Tesla Motors greatest triumphs. The Tesla 3 has captured more than two-thirds of the electric vehicle market since its launch in 2017, and selling over 190,000 cars up until this point in the US alone, and have produced over 270,000. The vehicle itself is relatively affordable starting around $35,000, which is around half the cost of the other Tesla vehicles. To put it into perspective, 180,000 pre-orders were made in the car's first 24 hours, and over 325,000 in the first week alone after release.
But with all the acclaim and market domination, how does one make such a trend-setting car? Luckily, we found a behind the scenes look at their factory, so we have from start to finish how the Tesla 3 is manufactured.
WARNING: what you are about to see may cause extreme cringing. 2020 has been a bit of an emotional rollercoaster ride thus far, but here's something that will make you feel better: Elon Musk pulling out his daggy, cringey dad dance moves. Apparently money and fame don't make you any less of a geek, and we promise you'll feel better about your dance moves after watching this. Watch the whole embarrassing spectacle on Youtube. Or check out these terrifying photos of the Taal volcano to cleanse your eyes.
Dan Milano, a senior producer at Now This News, created this hilarious Twitter thread of his brother building an artistic masterpiece of a Cybertruck at Thanksgiving dinner using mashed potatoes. And honestly we have to admit that we like it better than the real thing - at least this one you can eat. Sorry, Elon.
Elon Musk and the folks at Tesla unveiled their new CyberTruck at a live-streamed event in Los Angeles, California. They proceeded to unleash a tidal wave of hilarious memes. Seriously, these are comedy gold. We're just wondering whether this was Elon Musk's plan all along, for some free marketing. Reveal a futuristic truck that can withstand sledgehammer blows, but make sure it looks like it was drawn by a 5-year-old, so that the meme lords tear it a new one.
Attention people of the internet: no, this is apparently not an April Fools prank. Elon Musk has really outdone himself in the cringe department this time by releasing a rap song on SoundCloud entitled "RIP Harambe." Now, if only someone had notified him beforehand that he's only three years too late to the Harambe parade...
Ol' Musky even changed his Twitter name to "Jung Musk" because why not just maximize the amount of cringe possible for one person? We're really hoping this whole thing is just one big troll, but considering the meme-loving billionaire's internet past, we're not holding out hope for that.
Leaving your pet in the car for a few minutes may seem harmless to some, but the temperatures inside a car parked in the heat — even those parked in the shade — rise quickly the second the vehicle turns off. Pets left behind in hot cars, have to endure temperatures well over 100 degrees that can lead to illness and death. In order to prevent that, Tesla officially introduced a new feature on Thursday called "Dog Mode" that aims to keep owners' pets comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle while allowing drivers to set a comfortable temperature for their pets before leaving the vehicle.
Behold, it's our favorite meme-loving cringey billionaire! Aside from his constant meme-ability, Elon Musk has made headlines recently for tweeting on Monday that he had recorded a highly anticipated episode of Meme Review with Pewdiepie, one of YouTube's biggest creators. So of course, we had to take this opportunity to round up a new batch of memes featuring ol' Musky himself.