Sports Car Racing Taylor Brothers Create CyberTruck Tribute

A hilariously accurate Tesla tribute

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Brothers Ricky Taylor, of Team Penske, and Jordan Taylor, of Corvette Racing, delighted the internet this week with the creation of CyberKart, their tribute to Tesla's CyberTruck.

The Taylor brothers are used to being talked about, if not for their racing prowess then for the fun they have on their social media with their fans, fellow drivers and one another. Jordan's alter ego Rodney Sandstorm is truly great.

While there have been other recreations and parodies of the CyberTruck, this one has garnered quite a bit of attention. The base is a two-stroke kart and the exterior is a mix of cardboard boxes, wire shelves, aluminium foil and duct tape.

Jordan posted these pictures of CyberKart "on the assembly line" on his Twitter account, @jordan10taylor, and there is a short video as well that is worth a watch.

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Comments (11)

  • Looks accurate

      9 months ago
  • Hahaha. It looks like a makeshift ice fishing shanty

      9 months ago
    • Lol I hadnโ€™t thought of that but it actually does ๐Ÿ˜‚

        9 months ago
  • I didnโ€™t read the title first. When I saw the pic I thought it was an exact prototype. Turns out anyone can make something as ugly as a cybertruck. I thought only Musk could make something the vile

      9 months ago
  • Looks like that has a 125 two stroke engine. I'll bet that rips!

      9 months ago
    • Oh Iโ€™m sure. Seems like a ton of fun!

        9 months ago
  • I reckon this one would do better in the steel ball test as well...

      9 months ago
    • Lol I think youโ€™re probably right about that

        9 months ago


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