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Every Tom, Dick And Ferri Is Now Challenging Elon Musk’s Cybertweet Pissing Contest

Oh, please, please Elon, tweet me too! .

You can add Rezvani Motors to the list of Tesla Cybertruck’s followers…err social media hopeful challengers. It was bound to happen, after Elon Musk’s Cybertruck tweets went viral, especially the ones he tugged a win off against Ford’s F-150 and the unbreakable window tests.

Even Musk himself is unceasingly tweeting and retweeting any positive spins and memes, including the one demoting Ford you see below. All while whistling away at any legit questions, like why doesn’t Tesla elaborate on which version of the F-150 they tested in the video they shared; was it a V6, was it RWD, things like that.

Read: BMW Teases Tesla’s Cybertruck With The Armored X5 Protection VR6

It only gets worse if you try to get answers or make any sense from the brand’s followers, as even mishaps and failures, however glaring they may be, have one and only explanation: everything is purely an act of marketing genius on Musk’s and Tesla’s behalf to get people talking about their product(s). Full stop and don’t dare ask why.

After Ford’s Sunny Madra, challenged Tesla to a fairer tug-of-war between the F-150 and the Cybertruck, with the Blue Oval rolling its eyes at him avoiding getting involved, Rezvani Motors and it’s CEO Ferris Rezvani is trying to freeload on the Cybertruck’s social media notoriety in the hopes of snatching some of its viral limelight.

“Rezvani Motors challenges Tesla to a ballistics test to verify their ballistics claims. In lhe aftermath of the $70,000 AWD Tesla truck tug-of-war with a $30,000 light duty 2WD Ford F150, raises more questions in Teslas claims than just it’s tow capacity. In light of Teslas ballistics claims, Rezvani Motors would like to challenge Tesla ballistics test,” reads the (unedited, for what it’s worth) email release.

“Tesla bring your balls and we’ll bring our AK.  Let’s do a real ballistics test; heck we’re in for the tug of war challenge too. The Tesla truck is the worst professionally designed car of all time and we will fix at no cost.” says CEO Ferris Rezvani.

Anyone else?

 

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