Another day, another Facebook marketplace find.

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What's A Cybertruck?

The Cybertruck was introduced as a concept back in November 2019. It was not until 2023 that the Tesla Cybertruck was officially built and released to the public.

Wikipedia states that the vehicle is a "battery electric medium-duty full-size pickup truck."

According to the official Tesla website, this vehicle is suitable for any planet. I have no clue how you would get this on Mars. However, if you need to, apparently you could still use it.

The website also shared a few more perks including:

  • It is shatter-resistant
  • No Paint, No Chips (due to it being a stainless-steel exoskeleton)
  • You can go cross-country and camp in it
  • You can get power directly to your home from the vehicle, and more.

Tesla Cybertruck On Sale On Detroit Facebook Marketplace

It is not every day that you see a relatively niche and expensive being sold on Facebook Marketplace.

However, that has all changed towards the end of April 2024.

Facebook Marketplace
Facebook Marketplace

Facebook user, Hurlbut Nash, has announced that they are selling a 2024 Tesla Truck on Facebook Marketplace.

The user shared that the vehicle has only 10,000 miles, so they are selling it for $30,000.

I happened also to find an Instagram post from Detroit Rap Daily that shared the same picture with a different listing amount and details.

According to the media company's post, a brand-new Tesla was on sale for $9,000.

The description read, "Brand new cybertruck. Gifted by Elon Musk, No use for it. $9k or best offer. Need it gone asap!"

If we are under the assumption that this is the same seller, the seller must have changed his description for some reason.

There is no clarification on if this is a scam or not since a lot scams take place on Facebook Marketplace.

Regardless, would you buy this Tesla Cybertruck?

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