- World number 2 on the billionaires list Elon Musk left workers in one of his factories stunned as he paid them a visit
- The Tesla boss appeared in a Cybertruck as he rocked a punk hairstyle in pictures making the rounds
- Automobile enthusiasts left some interesting thoughts about his car, with many others commenting on his haircut
Workers at the Texas factory of Tesla - global electric car-making giants - couldn't hide their amazement as the second world richest man, Elon Musk, recently called in at the facility in stunning fashion.
In photos shared on Twitter by a Tesla investor identified as Anuarbek Imanbaev, Musk arrived at the gigafactory in a Cybertruck and a punk hairstyle.
Massive reactions as photos of banana leaf clutch bag reportedly running into millions emerge on social media
The billionaire, according to Hindustantimes, was at the facility to speak to workers who manufacture electric cars.
The facility which is still in development will produce the Model Y and Model 3 of Tesla cars as well as other Cybertruck models in future. The car Musk visited the workplace with is said to not be ready for the public.
But Musk's stunning appearance continued to generate buzz on social media with many commenting on his haircut.
Anuarbek Imanbaev's tweet which had got over 7k likes also had those who gushed over the model of the car he drove in.
"Elon looks healthy and happy !!! new hairstyle make him look younger."
"I want a cybertruck with all of my being. I have these to tide me over."
"Mullet/Vokuhila - Business in the front, party in the back. Fits not only to Texas but also to East Germany (Giga Berlin)."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Musk's former chief engineer had produced a new electric car worth N46 million which he said was better than that of Tesla.
One of his goals for the electric car manufactured by Lucid Motors is for it to be hailed as the world’s best electric car, Forbes had reported.
According to Rawlinson who was the chief engineer for Tesla's Model S, nobody believed him when he had the same plan for the car a decade ago.
Rawlinson said he is focusing on making at least 6,000 Airs at a new plant in Casa Grande, Arizona, in 2021, potentially generating $900 million of revenue.