Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, drove the Cybertruck around Austin and posted a picture of it on Friday.

What happened was that Musk drove the Cybertruck around Austin on Friday.

 He posted a picture of the car to Twitter with the message, "Just drove Cybertruck around Austin!."

On the other hand, he has operated a Cybertruck in Texas before.

He rode a prototype Cybertruck to the groundbreaking ceremony for Tesla's Texas lithium facility in May.

Later, a Twitter user claimed that the car became trapped in a field and posted images and a video of the incident.

In May, during Tesla's annual shareholder meeting, Musk declared that the much anticipated car exceeded expectations.

 In May, Musk stated that he anticipated selling between 250,000 and 500,000 Cybertrucks annually.