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BMW Makes Fun Of Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s Tweet About Cybertruck

| Published on December 21, 2019

CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk tweeted around 100 posts dedicating to the success of selling 500,000 electrified vehicles. It’s a very big achievement to sell this big number of vehicles in such a short time.

Meanwhile, BMW’s twitter account was seen counting up from 499,820 to 500,000, in separate tweets. When the number 500,000 came up, the account mentioned its selling the electric vehicles.
BMW adds another tweet quoting, “A big thanks to everyone who joined our little Twitter count-up for the past two days. Most of you guessed right: The BMW Group has already delivered 500,000 electrified cars worldwide. The future is now!”

The tweets that BMW posted were interestingly and mockingly similar to that to Tesla’s total number of reservations for its new Cybertruck.

In February, Elon Musk tweeted that they would create and deliver 500,000 in the year 2019. It was not so long when Tesla took the statement back and wrote a following message that quoted, “annualized production rate at end of 2019 probably around 500k, ie 10k cars/week. Deliveries for the year still estimated to be about 400k.”

i3 electric sedan and the i8 Coupe and i8 Roadster plug-in hybrid sports cars are the current amazing and the most successful models of BMW.

Also Read: How Brands Trolled Elon Musk’s “Cybertruck” Incident

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