As soon as Tesla’s latest model, the Cybertruck, was released it was met with a tsunami of hate and criticism due to its questionable styling. As ever with Tesla products, there were a few oddballs that actually defended the whacky looks and incident-filled launch event.
Despite the extreme passion shown by this small group of Tesla evangelists, it was a massive shock to find out that pickup owners are actually trying to replicate the Cybertruck’s straight edges. Earlier in the week, Reddit user mtroiani29 uploaded a photo of an older American pickup driving past a Tesla store.
The truck in question was carrying what can only be described as a cheap, DIY body kit that to give it an angular look, just like Tesla’s attempt on the pickup market. Based on the photo, it looks like the truck has been redesigned with a rudimental mix of cardboard and gaffer tape.
Hopefully, the Cybertruck homage business doesn’t grow after this particular botch job does the rounds. I can’t think of anything worse than a bunch of ugly replicas paying tribute and copying an already ugly truck.
If you are interested in showing your love for the monster that is Tesla's Cybertruck, there is a delightful range of hoodies on Amazon that will have exactly the same effect. For the love of God, please don't put more square horrors on the road.