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People can’t believe how much Cybertruck’s infamous wiper will reportedly cost to replace

People can’t believe how much Cybertruck’s infamous wiper will reportedly cost to replace

And that's on top of the Tesla truck's already eyewatering prices.

Elon Musk's Cybertruck - it really is the gift that keeps on giving.

Ever since the first pickups were delivered to customers at the end of the month - two years behind schedule, we might add - they've gone consistently viral as people discover more quirks about them.

Whether it's the truck struggling to get up a small hill or just how mindblowing the vehicle looks on the road next to normal cars, our fascination with Tesla's futuristic electric pickup knows no bounds.

A breakdown of what the futuristic wipers might cost.

And now we're really getting into the nitty gritty of how the truck works - including something as seemingly small as the windscreen wiper.

X user Nic Cruz Patane has posted a breakdown of the Cybertruck's windscreen wipers, which appears to be from the Tesla parts catalog. The wiper arm and blade assembly reportedly costs $165 (£130) and the blade itself $75 (£59).

So that's all up a whopping $240 (£189) - to replace a tiny part of the whole Cybertruck's makeup.

Maybe it's just us, but it seems like a hefty number - and Patane, either ironically or with total sincerity, posted his one-word analysis: 'Reasonable.'

But some people have already rushed to X to defend the number.

"What's crazy is both of those items had to be designed from scratch and there's some serious engineering involved when blade is that long and it has to apply a constant downward force," suggested one X user.

It's unclear where Patane got the prices from - the Tesla parts catalog we can see shows the same diagram and part details, just without the prices.

But as this is the Cybertruck we're talking about, obviously it doesn't just have any old wipers you'd find on a regular car or truck - instead of two, it has one long, powerful arm that wipes the whole massive windscreen in a single swoop.

And the wipers aren't the only expensive part of the truck - Patane also suggested the windshield would set you back $1,900 (£1,500) to replace.

After all, the trucks themselves are no drop in the ocean. There are three models: Tesla said a rear-wheel-drive version would start at an estimated $60,990 (£48,200), and the high-end 'Cyberbeast' might set you back around $99,990 (£79,000).

But Tesla does promise a lot of bang for your buck - if your pockets are deep enough and you make it to the top of the long waiting list.

According to Tesla, the Cybertruck is "faster than a sports car" - it can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in 2.6 seconds - and has an "ultra-hard stainless steel exoskeleton" paired with "shatter-resistant Armor Glass", which can apparently resist the impact of a baseball thrown at 70 mph. Let's just hope that means you'd never actually have to shell out and replace the windscreen...

Featured Image Credit: Credit: YouTube/carwow