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Beyoncé, Jay-Z Spark Batmobile Comparisons With Matte Black Cybertruck

Beyoncé, Jay-Z Spark Batmobile Comparisons With Matte Black Cybertruck

Beyoncé and Jay-Z are getting compared to the Dynamic Duo after their new matte black Cybertruck was posted online. It seems the pop star couple are owners of the hot Tesla offering. Lenny Santiago, the Vice President of Roc Nation, posted the image of the Cybertruck on Instagram.

“Dark Knight feeling, die and be a hero,” Santiago quipped in the post, very loosely paraphrasing 2008’s The Dark Knight. Santiago tagged Jay-Z in the photo.

Of course, the vehicle is not painted. The Tesla vehicle is famously stainless steel. Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s matte black Cybertruck choice certainly makes it stand out from the pack.

Beyoncé, Jay-Z, and Tesla fans alike flooded social media to weigh in on the pop duo’s Cybertruck. On Instagram, one fan was quick to correct Santiago’s Dark Knight blunder writing, “Or live long enough to see yourself become the villain!” 

“It’s sexy, bulletproof, and everyone wants one,” a Cybertruck fan posted on X (formerly Twitter). “The black color of the car is very beautiful, I love [the] Cybertruck another fan wrote. “[Beyoncé and Jay-Z] need to drive [the Cybertruck] to Starbucks so more people can see them for Tesla advertisements,” another X user joked.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z Aren’t the Only High Profile Cybertruck Owners

Of course, that last X user was referring to the recent sighting of Kim Kardashian driving her new Cybertruck to Starbucks just last week. Kardashian posted a picture of her Tesla Cybertruck on her Instagram Story, featuring the back and right side of the vehicle, adorned with raindrops.

Meanwhile, last month, Pharrell Williams joined the ranks of public figures spotted with the Cybertruck. However, his first public voyage didn’t go as intended. The famous record producer and musician tried to parallel park near a Louis Vuitton store in Miami. Allegedly, he almost hit another car.

In the comments of an Instagram post showcasing the incident, users ruthlessly roasted Pharrell for his lack of expertise in handling the Cybertruck. “2024 already embarrassing,” a user quipped. “He phailed to pharrellel phark,” one fan of alliteration joked.

If you’re used to driving regular pick-up trucks and SUVs, handling the Cybertruck shouldn’t be too difficult. It’s just under 19 feet long and around 80 inches wide, shorter and narrower than Ford’s F-150 Lighting. The base model costs $60,990, while the all-wheel drive version is $79,990. For an even better experience, there’s the “Cyberbeast” option for $99,990.