This homemade Tesla Cybertruck actually works and it's made out of cardboard

      Would you like to own one?

      8w ago


      Since the Tesla Cybertruck is nowhere to be seen, it was only a matter of time before people started to try and make their own, and they actually work.

      This person is clearly desperate to get their hands on one, so much so that they actually went out, bought some cardboard and built their very own. But the best part is, it isn't just a model, it actually works. It can go forward, backward and steer.

      On top of that, it has actual working air suspension which is pretty impressive for something so small. It even has a tailgate, admittedly it's manual but still a nifty little mechanism. If you want to make your own, I am sure you can simply follow this video but I bet it's not as easy as it looks.


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      Comments (8)

      • Nice idea and looks pretty good, I’ll stick to my traxxas defender RC car though.

          1 month ago
      • It looks exactly like the original! The problem is just that the original looks shit.

          1 month ago
      • That's cool.

          1 month ago
      • And just as bulletproof as the real thing.

          1 month ago
      • This person either had too much time on their hands; or they are a bang-on fantastic auto designer/builder...

        I fancy and reckon the latter

          1 month ago


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