Tesla Cybertruck? Pah! Here's the Infiniti Quick-X
If you thought the Cybertruck was crazy, then check out what Infiniti is pitching
Fifty years from now, people are going to look at pictures of the Tesla Cybertruck and will either going to call it revolutionary and ground-breaking, or dumb. The Cybertruck has created more noise than any other car in the last 10 to 20 years. It may be odd, but this Infiniti concept is even more odd. It's called Quick-X and it looks completely bonkers.
The demand for pick-up trucks has been rising for a while and it's not going to stop any time soon. Plenty manufacturers have tried building one, from Renault to Mercedes-Benz. Even Hyundai has unveiled a concept pick-up truck. They all look standard and conventional, and that's probably the reason why designer Karol Proba adopted the same approach as Tesla, and created something very different.
This styling exercise, called Quick-X, utilises Infiniti's design language to shape a pick-up truck that looks like it came from outer space. The windscreen starts from the front grille and builds up and keeps on going all the way across cabin and covers the roof, too. The cabin has been moved as far forward as possible, to make the car more spacious and comfortable on the inside. The bed is large, the taillights are thin and there are no traditional wing mirrors.
Infiniti hasn't announced any plans to build a pick-up truck yet. But you never know. We're living in strange times. With trucks looking like they come from Mars and car dashboards with lights and gadgets that make them look like Christmas trees.
Plenty of people wouldn't necessarily drive a car that looks like this, but some people are going to buy the Cybertruck and that means that people would buy this mad Infiniti, too. Surely you've got to love the fact that they exist.
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