Elon Musk turned heads on Saturday when his Cybertruck reportedly took out a pylon that possibly called into question the Tesla (TSLA) CEO’s driving skills or the truck's autopilot capabilities.

Musk showed up with the recently debuted Cybertruck at Nobu in Malibu, causing a stir with valets and the celebrity-filled restaurant, TMZ reported. Patrons of the restaurant crowded around the Cybertruck as it made its arrival and stayed parked front and center, creating some buzz on the streets, according to the news outlet.

 

 

Musk even reportedly showed the electric truck off to actor Ed Norton before he made his noteworthy departure. Upon leaving the restaurant, Musk hopped in the Cybertruck and struck a pylon that many joked on Twitter was the size of a small child.

As Musk sped off, he dragged the pylon with the Cybertruck’s rear tire, which made a slapping sound as he sped off. From the posted video, Musk can also be seen driving through a red light at an intersection.

The Cybertruck also displayed some body roll as it cornered, which is surprising considering the truck should have a low center of gravity based on the placement of its battery pack on the floor, Cnet reported.

Others also saw the electric truck reportedly cruising the I-405 over the weekend. The Cybertruck is expected to be available to the public in 2021. Orders are being taken now for the truck.

Shares of Tesla stock were up 1.41% as of 1:00 p.m. EST on Monday.

Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk stands in front of the company's first electric pickup truck, the Cybertruck, after it was unveiled in Los Angeles The Tesla Cybertruck is recently spotted in the streets of Los Angeles, and according to those who have seen it, the all-electric pickup truck is massive. Photo: Tesla/Handout via REUTERS