Tesla has released the Cyberwhistle, a $50 whistle made out of stainless steel that you can blow like a regular whistle. Why is Tesla releasing this now? I think it means something important and isn’t just a fun little gift without any meaning.
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Blow the whistle on Tesla!https://t.co/c86hLA0iQK— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 1, 2021
Tesla Cybertruck Off to the Races
The blowing of a whistle is a way to start off a race. It’s also a way to signal to someone that they are in trouble or have committed some kind of a foul.
I think the most likely situation for what is happening right now is that this is for Tesla being off to the races meaning the Tesla Cybertruck will be starting sooner than we think. That’s why there is a whistle shaped like a Cybertruck.
Tesla has a habit of releasing specific products right before the launch of a new vehicle. On July 5th, 2020, Tesla released its shorts product – wearable shorts. A few months earlier, in March of 2020, Tesla released the Model Y, and in a few months after that, with the release of the shorts product, I believe Tesla released the shorts because it was a time Tesla was about to explode from a stock point of view and anyone “shorting” Tesla stock was going to lose money.
The Cyberwhistle is going to cell for $50 dollars. There are reports of people buying multiples of them and selling them on Ebay for almost $400.
Elon Musk on Next Earnings Call
Elon Musk has said he is going to get on the next earnings call (for Q4, 2021) to discuss the product roadmap and to share some important announcements. Elon wouldn’t be doing this unless there was some major change happening.
Since we already know that the Model Y is going to be produced at Giga Berlin and Giga Texas, I think this means that we’ll see the Cybertruck begin production much sooner than late 2022.
Could Tesla have been sandbagging in order to make it look like they were going to have to catch up to Rivian and other electric car makers? It’s possible. Elon Musk is an expert in timing and leaving clues to his supporters to know what is going to happen.
I think Elon Musk is going to have something to say about the Cybertruck on the next earnings call. And he’s going to say that it’s going to start its production ramp in Q1 of 2022 instead of Q3 of 2022, and this will be the biggest news of the year for Tesla.
What are your thoughts on the Cyberwhistle? Did you order one? How much are they going to sell for on Ebay?
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Jeremy Johnson is a Tesla investor and supporter. He first invested in Tesla in 2017 after years of following Elon Musk and admiring his work ethic and intelligence. Since then, he’s become a Tesla bull, covering anything about Tesla he can find, while also dabbling in other electric vehicle companies. Jeremy covers Tesla developments at Torque News. You can follow him on Twitter or LinkedIn to stay in touch and follow his Tesla news coverage on Torque News.
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