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Tesla launches new product – and it’s already sold out

Tech billionaire and Tesla CEO Elon Musk is encouraging his followers to “blow the whistle.” His new product pokes fun at the Twitter lawsuit, it’s become an instant success.

If you’re looking to burn 1,000 Dogecoin (or approximately $60), Elon Musk has a new product for you.

The billionaire Tesla CEO and SpaceX founder just launched a limited-edition Tesla Cyberwhistle, with a design inspired by Tesla’s long-awaited Cybertruckencouraging his Twitter followers to “blow the whistle” — a nod to the controversy surrounding his lapsed purchase of the social media platform.

Musk is trying to get out of his $44 billion bid to purchase Twitter over a lack of transparency regarding the number of Twitter bots and spam accounts.

In August, former Twitter security executive turned “whistleblower” Peiter Zatko penned an 84-page long complaint against the company, claiming Twitter misled regulators because it did not have a solid security plan against spam accounts and bots.

Made from “medical-grade stainless steel,” the Tesla Cyberwhistle mimics the truck’s angular design (minus its problematic windows).

But that’s where the similarities end — unlike the truck, which has been delayed twice, Musk’s Cyberwhistle was immediately available on the electric-vehicle company’s website following the subpoena of Zatko.

And Musk’s Dogecoin-holding fans didn’t hesitate: The Cyberwhistle is already sold out.

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