Cybertruck and Cyberquad Star in New Travis Scott Music Video

The video also sees an appearance by the "Not a flame thrower” from The Boring Company.
Loukia Papadopoulos

Get out of the way, starlets, there are new stars in town! Cybertruck and Cyberquad have made their first appearance in a Travis Scott music video, and boy have they have rocked it!


Playing it cool

In the new edgy video, Cybertruck plays it cool parked in the back, while Scott himself rides the Cyberquad and even shoots a “Not a flame thrower” from The Boring Company. The new video is called “Gang Gang,” and it has all the elements you would expect from any good rap music video, including stylish cars and dancers.

The only thing we could say is missing is for Scott to ride the ATV onto the Cybertruck and charge it. With such a nifty capability, why not include it in the video?

The video comes as no surprise to most, as Elon Musk was seen earlier this week on reality TV star Kim Kardashian's Instagram hanging with her, Kanye West, and Travis Scott. The image was simply entitled: "Christmas eve."

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No publicity needed

Although this is a great opportunity for publicity, one could argue that the Cybertruck does not need it. According to a Tweet by Musk, the all-electric truck had reached 250,000 pre-orders as of November 26th.

At first, it looked like the truck was off to a rough start when during its unveiling, one of its windows was shattered. Musk had been boasting about the strength of the truck as it withstood several blows from a sledgehammer.

However, all of a sudden, a steel ball lodged, causing the glass to shatter. Musk took to Twitter to explain what had happened.

Musk wrote:  "Sledgehammer impact on door cracked base of glass, which is why steel ball didn't bounce off." It seemed that his explanation was sufficient as pre-orders grew impressively.

The question now remains, will these cameos in Scott's video bring even more pre-orders, or are they just fun to watch?

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