After test driving the 2020 Roadster in 2018, Jay Leno is back behind the wheel of another Tesla vehicle for the latest episode of his car-focused series. This time around, it's all about the Cybertruck, as Leno recently met up with Elon Musk to joyride in the futuristic automobile.

The clip begins as Leno got acquainted with the Cybertruck before taking it for a spin throughout Los Angeles. After discussing the vehicle with Musk, the two made their way to the Boring Company Test Tunnel to see if the beefy truck could fit.

During the episode, Leno questioned Musk about the need for the Cybertruck's (infamous) bulletproof windows. The Tesla CEO gave a precise answer as to why he chose to utilize the glass, insisting it's "badass" and "super cool."

The Tesla Cybertruck will be offered in single, double, and tri-motor configurations. It travels from 0 to 60 miles per hour in less than 2.9 seconds and has a range of more than 500 miles.

To see the otherworldly vehicle in action, simply press play below.

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