Really? From the company that openly states to have created the safest car NHTSA has ever tested? This is so absurd we should not even be discussing this, but this is a myth. As a myth, it must be confronted with facts.
Sandy Munro already said it is easy to add crush cans to an exoskeleton design. He also believes the Cybertruck will heavily rely on active safety systems.
Would Tesla present a vehicle it knew for sure that it would not be allowed to sell? Would it spend more than $1 million building it if it was a dead-end? There are many technical solutions to tackle each safety concern it may present, including external airbags. That said, forget about this nonsense: the Cybertruck will meet safety requirements for any market in which there are plans to sell it.