The guy who dreamed up the Tesla Roaster BTTF Time Machine mash up is back with another crazy concept. This time, it is the Tesla Cybertruck that have gotten reimagined as a moon rover. I know right. It is totally fitting for a vehicle that already look pretty out-of-this-world (pun not intended).
There have been remote control Tesla Cybertruck, a proposed LEGO version Cybertruck, Cybertruck-inspired gaming laptop and luxury smartphone, an unofficial scale model – both 3D printed and paper version, a Cybertruck-inspired home and now, Cybertruck Autobot Transformers.
Just when we thought the hype of the Tesla Cybertruck seems to have finally died down, toy maker Mattel stirred it up once more with a pair of officially licensed Tesla Cybertruck remote control toys.
Remember we posted about how those crazy Russian car builders have hatched a plan to make a Tesla Cybertruck replica out of a UAZ? Well, it is done now and as far as video is concerned, it is looking pretty convincing.
Since the unveiling of Tesla Cybertruck last year, all manner of Cybertruck-inspired products, be it in good faith or parody, has surfaced. If you have been wondering, why there isn’t a Cyberphone? Well, wonder no more, my friends. Because, Caviar, the name for luxing all thing and everything, is right on it.
Tesla Cybertruck is perhaps the most polarizing vehicle in automobile’s history. The thing is, however much you want to get your hands on one, it won’t happen until 2021 – the latest. But if luck has it for LEGO Ideas member BrickinNick, we may be able to land ourselves a LEGO version.
Cybertruck may have its windows shattered in front of millions, but Tesla ain’t going to let anyone forget. The EV maker has immortalized the unforgettable fail on a t-shirt, aptly called Men’s Cybertruck Bulletproof T-Shirt.
So many YouTube channels have cashed in on the Tesla Cybertruck hype. Many have so-called “built” a replica, but nothing comes close to the real deal like these crazy Russian car builders, Garage 54, is doing.
For those can’t hardly wait for the Cybertruck, you can get your fix for this polarizing geometric electric vehicle by with a LEGO model, craft one out of a piece of paper, or if you have a 3D printer at your disposal, you can print one scale model out of material of your choice.
No doubt a design that is riding on the waves created by the controversial Tesla Cybertruck, the Cybunker conceived by New York-based multi-disciplinary design agency Lars Buro is a beautiful, futuristic bunker.