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This guy already made his own Cybertruck

Cheaper and better looking?

45w ago


As you have noticed, the news about the Tesla Cybertruck is very intense. This is good news for Tesla as it means that its pickup truck still makes people react, even more than two weeks after its presentation. It even seems to go well beyond the brand's expectations.

For example, this pickup truck owner did not hesitate to modify his vehicle in order to imitate the Cybertruck as best as he could. The ingenuity behind this work is remarkable to say the least. The person had to use a large amount of adhesive tape to assemble all the pieces of cardboard together. The result is almost perfect!

And the funny thing about this story is that the photo in question was taken from a Tesla Shop. Then, either this guy loves the particular design of the Cybertruck, or, on the contrary, he hates this style and makes it known with this disguise. In any case, the general design is respected, with a pointed bodywork in the middle, then sloping all along the body.

The success is confirmed day by day as the number of pre-orders is increasing. Today, there are more than 250,000 reservations for the electric pickup truck. Each reservation requires a $100 deposit. This means that Tesla has already received no less than $25 million for its Cybertruck at this time, even before it goes into production.

Photo credits u / mtroiani29

Photo credits u / mtroiani29

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Comments (18)

  • The part I like about it is the gas motor

      10 months ago
  • I'd still prefer this one

      10 months ago
    • This is where Elon drew his inspiration from. He just couldn’t do it as well

        10 months ago
  • Looks better than the actual thing! 😂

      10 months ago
  • It's actually a improvement to the real thing

      10 months ago
  • Best part is, the truck underneath is a Ford! 🤣

      10 months ago


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