Musk offers US$1,500 surfboard for those bored with flame-thrower

Musk offers US$1,500 surfboard for those bored with flame-thrower

Tesla debuted a new product on Saturday night, in the form of a perfectly normal surfboard.

Shortly after being advertised on Tesla's site, the surfboards seemed to have sold out despite being listed at $1,500 (£1,140) - a significantly premium price.

With a Tesla logo on the top and bottom of its carbon fibre body, the surfboard was created by the company's design studio in collaboration with Lost Surfboards and Matt "Mayhem" Biolos, surfboard shaper for World Surf League Championship athletes.

At any rate, Tesla's surfboards are sleek and attractive-looking, matching the company's classic red-and-black color scheme.

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A report by The Verge says that links to buy the surfboard appeared on eBay, but interested customers will have to shell out between United States dollars 2,000-5,000 for one.

"Each "short" 6'8" board is custom made to order, while only 200 total will be produced. Those who have successfully placed an order will have to wait 2 to 10 weeks for delivery. You could go surfing on a board that has the same label.

Tesla is a company known for various "green" products, such as electric cars, solar roof tiles, battery packs for the home, and so on.

In 2016, customers pre-ordered over 400,000 Tesla Model 3 cars at $35,000 each (initially overjoyed, the company has spent the past two years struggling to meet that demand). One of Tesla's best-selling lifestyle products is a $600 battery powered Tesla Model S for kids.

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