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Hugh Jafro : 1.21 jigowatts required at exactly 88 MPG

SilkSatin Paradise : It would be awesome if Tesla entered a car in to NASCAR. Completely self driven with an AI pit crew to change tires and battery swaps.

Horst Fuchs : Daimler should hurry up and pre-order at least two :>

No Name : Exactly 25mph! :)

Brent Taylor : Really quick, but I bet testing the zero to sixty time in a 25mph work zone gets the bosses attention

Travis Fraser : I suppose burnt rubber emissions are better than the alternative.

Joseph Astier : The autonomous driving software saw the center stripe and "25" and thought it was supposed to go 125 mph.

1701echopapa : Now he needs to install a Flux Capacitor

Gerardo Checo : "Tesla Semi defies the Laws of Physics" - Daimler's Head of Trucks 🤣

Cekpi7 : Waiting for comments about how irrelevant is acceleration on truck without trailer :D

Robert Feight : Hahahahah, you just sold every semi-truck driver. That acceleration is like watching a cartoon. Looks like an industrial-zone but still probably should be more careful on a twenty-five miles per hour public street.

socalbhiker : Yup - and laying rubber directly on top of the painted "25" in the street should rate a pretty stern reprimand.

Petr Valkoun : I will probably piss myself when I will meet this beast on the road.

Ahmad K. K. : I think it's a bit noisy for an electric vehicle.

Yoshitoshi : It is much faster than my ICE car :-)

Uberragen21 : Laying rubber...in a semi...while already moving... Wow! Just wow!

Daniel Ocegueda : Wow!

Tobias Ender : Nice!

DemonaeTV : Where's your load? And the back doors on your trailer? Uhhh... back at the plant, sorry, I stepped on the accelerator pedal.

2800boy : That's Optimus Prime's white cousin, Meth-a-tron

Gamen4Bros : Niceee

TechJockeyHD : Why?

hanoverview : if you ever do that on the job .you just lost your job

liquidalloy : Absurd!! I love it!

John Thompson : does Elon know what trucks are for? this is irrelevant.

Doge The Destroyer : **Cargo flies out of the trailer**

Javier Fauxnom : My brother was in a Tesla dealership a few weeks ago while on holidays in the U.S. He asked a salesman about what sort of range the Tesla vehicles had. The salesman proudly showed him a computer app that calculated the vehicles' range, which was dependent on temperature. But the app would only accept temperatures down to zero degrees Celsius (+32 degrees F). This tells me electric vehicles are currently only viable in warm to moderate climates.

KeenOn Green : So cool, where did you spot it?

Maurice van Hees : Incredibly, awsome

futmut1000 : Tesla fanatics got their pants wet...Omgherd lookt at dat tire spin, so cool...

yoimosan : Yeah but... there no load at all.

Tree zus : Better strap your load in. Lul

Agent700🔧 : Am I the only one who think it looks like storms trailer from cars 3? 🤔

Coco Chanel : Oh boy. Tester is going to get some chirps from The Boss.

Zx10r Power : PUT A FREAKIN 80 TON LOAD ON IT AND DRIVE IT THROUGH THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS ALREADY!!!!

errecappa : Alien technologie <3

Ninja Man : that thing has no business being that quick with its size, nuts

Mohammad Rouhani : This is pretty close to our office... sorry I missed it.

Exige000 : It's going to be really strange when you are doing 200kph on an autobahn and a Tesla truck comes up behind you in the outside lane wanting to get past!

dryphtyr : Holy balls!

LightRealms : ...It begins

Ryan Kelly : So damn rank

Blackcat Holman : Electric motors produce far more torque than any gasoline or diesel engine ever could.

Leona Lopes : IT'S A FLYING DELOREAN!

kuladeeluxe : Congolese child cobalt miners....get digging.

Brian : And now it's going back in time

BrandonIsLost : Thats terrifying.

bergssprangare : This is the sound of the future,,Bye bye V8

NeutronicalGaming : it needs drag radials and a wing on the back it's spinning the tires, that means it can go faster... MUCH faster!

Stormer248 : Interesting, but how does it handle the elements? It's useless here in Canada if it can't survive many winters, let alone the hellish conditions of the British Columbia mountain highways. Thing is about newer vehicles, they're always better performers than the old breed, but they don't last very long once they've acquired some dents and a few thousand miles. I wouldn't mind being proven wrong, but I have some serious doubts about the reliability of these trucks.