There have been product designs inspired by the geometric-shaped Cybertruck, but no automakers are keen on pursuing the geometric design language. Well, that is until now. Tesla Cybertruck won’t be the only straight edge, angular vehicle in the market in the near future because there’s the Shalong “Mecha Dragon” EV.
With three RC trucks based on Tesla Cybertruck (of one which we have recently reviewed) and a 1/64th scale die-cast model, it is clear that the team over at Mattel is obsessed over Tesla’s futuristic electric utility truck. And it is not quite done with it yet.
Good news. Our Tesla Cybertruck has been delivered! The remote control toy version, that is. It has been a long wait since we put in our order on May 21. In fact, it arrived last week and we managed to unbox it only days later. Anyhoo, I don’t believe you are able to get this …
Well, what do you know? Cyberlandr isn’t alone in offering a camper for Cybertruck. Camper maker, Loki Basecamp, is offering one too. However, Loki Basecamp’s solution, called Loki Basecamp Cybertruck Edition, do not collapsed into the truck bed like Cyberlandr.
When Tesla revealed the Cybertruck in 2019, it created quite a stir for its design. Fast forward to 2020, Cybertruck continues to create a stir, this time by Mattel when the US$400 officially licensed RC Cybertruck was revealed and snapped as soon as it hit the shelves.
It will be a long while before Tesla Cybertruck make it to the roads, but already, one company is ready to sell you a pop-up camper accessory. Coming from CyberLandr is the CyberLandr Pop-up Camper that is designed to fit right onto the bed of the Cybertruck.
Since the unveiling of the radical Tesla Cybertruck last November, there have been a slew of Cyber, well, transport. There was the UAZ-based “Tesla Cybertruck”, the Cyberphone, the Cybunker, a Cyberbike and an actual Cyberquad – just to name a few.
Bad news for those who are looking forward to get your hands on the official LEGO Ideas sets of Tesla Cybertruck, Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T. and Spongebob Squarepants’ Krusty Krab Diner.
Tesla Cybertruck. Possibly the most successful truck in the automobile industry’s history that has yet to see a production model. It has been parodied, replicated, and even have official toys and unofficial scale models. And now there’s even a monster truck version.
Is the hype for Tesla Cybertruck is over? Or has it not? Whether or not it is over or not, I am sure there are fans who are constantly checking the calendar to see if its ‘already late 2021’ (no, it is not).