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What if Tesla made a CyberSUV?

After the tremendous success of the Cybertruck, a CyberSUV could be the next step...

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Tesla has finally unveiled its long-awaited pickup truck. Named the Cybertruck, the vehicle adopts an atypical design to say the least and is unlike any other vehicle. This distinctive style seems to be appreciated since the Californian brand has registered no less than 200,000 pre-orders, equivalent to a figure of $20 million!

If this design is actually considered stylish, why not extend it to the rest of the Tesla range in the future? Why not make a new Model S and a new Model X inspired by the Cybertruck's design, for example? CarBuzz has modelized these two vehicles and the result is likely to evoke as many reactions as the stunning Cybertruck.

The first would be the Cybersedan, which therefore adopts the radical style of the Cybertruck. This is the electric pickup truck, but much lower. The whole thing is particularly aggressive but not very attractive, much less than the current Model S. The second vehicle is the CyberSUV, which keeps the Cybertruck's elevated silhouette with a special feature in the rear.

The latter changes completely since it follows a much softer inclination, the aim being to offer more space to passengers. The overall look is therefore less compact and less dynamic. But this CyberSUV could perfectly replace the Model X. In addition, the latter is confronted with new SUVs with a more dynamic design. The CyberSUV is therefore ideal!

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Comments (30)

  • I hope neither of those ever come to existance

      8 months ago
    • Don't be concerned, for existence is spelled with an "e," not an "a."

        8 months ago
    • Really ? Really ? That's all you got for an argument ? Maybe you could try to get a life, first, and then bring something to the table. Correcting such a minor mistake only shows that you need a life coach or something to knock some sense into...

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        8 months ago
  • Tremendous success? It's not even road legal!

    No crumple zones,no pedestrian safety, no mirrors, no wipers , headlights are too small and the wheels stick out too far.

    They also have not mass produced a battery that will take it 500 miles.

    Complete success.

      8 months ago
    • >headlights are too small

      what year are you in? Those are no smaller than the headlights on a CX-5.

      >wing mirrors

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        8 months ago
    • >no crumple zones

      I see at least 2 feet, not sure what you're looking at

      >no pedestrian safety

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        8 months ago
  • Sure it would be successful as Cybertruck (which as of right now would be extremely unsuccessful). Something that’s just made from a big metal block, designed/inspired by a drawing from a 3 year old and not to mention, it’s not even close to being road legal. There are no wing mirrors, no crumple zones, not enough safety features, no turn indicators (from what I’ve seen), oh and those headlights are definitely not legal. Those headlight are like LED truck light bars. They blind other road users and are illegal.

      8 months ago
  • It looks like a Lada.

      8 months ago
  • The blunt tail might hurt aerodynamics, but maybe not too much.

      8 months ago
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