It has been a long while since the automobile industry has been rocked by a product that is controversial. Tesla Cybertruck broke that controversy silence last week with its polarizing pickup truck called Cybertruck.
Tesla Cybertruck has polarizing design that either you love it or hate it. Personally, I am digging it. The angular, futuristic look is not for everyone, but it is perfect as a LEGO model, as proven by LEGO enthusiast Peter Blackert.
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.
Say what you will about Tesla Cybertruck. Love it or hate it, there’s no denying that many have been smitten by the geometric design. The radical design has inspired many CyberThings, ranging from laptop to RC boat to a futuristic bunker to Cyberquad and Cyberbike.
When Apple designed a mask for its employees, it turns out to be as minimal and stylish as its products. That prompted us to think: what if a tech-focus automaker like Tesla Motors also engineered a mask? Would it be as high-tech as its electric vehicles?
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.
When Tesla Cybertruck was revealed last year, it was accompanied by a matching, unnamed ATV. No details were offered and that means, you and I probably not going to see an official CyberATV, ever. As it turns out, ‘see’ you can because, someone has built an actual electric Tesla Cyberquad.
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.
What you see before you is the “world’s first Tesla Cyberbike”. OK. We are bullshitting you. Tesla has no electric motorcycle, yet. What you see here is actually a new electric bicycle from electric bicycle maker Super 73.
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.