Just yesterday, we saw the result of a collision between a Tesla Cybertruck and another vehicle. Now, another one of the stainless steel-bodied utes has been involved in a crash.

    This time, one of the electric utes has reportedly run off the road and crashed into a ditch.

    In images shared on the Cybertruck Owners Club forum and by X user Greggertruck, we can see the Cybertruck by a pond, with what appear to be its seemingly uninjured occupants next to it.

    The passenger-side stainless steel door panels have been torn off and the curtain airbags have deployed, but the vehicle seems to otherwise be largely intact.

    There’s a smashed windscreen and some front-end damage, while one of the driver’s side wheel arch extensions has been peeled off. Oh, and it’s also caked in mud from its little off-road jaunt.

    It’s unclear just what happened here – was it a freak accident, or was it a driver who couldn’t control this extremely powerful vehicle?

    This month’s Cybertruck crashes aren’t the first involving the electric ute.

    Back in March, another Cybertruck owner crashed at The Beverly Hills Hotel in California, mounting a retaining wall and almost hitting the hotel’s sign.

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