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.
We assure you that this is definitely NOT a click bait. It is true that YouTuber ProjectAir has built a radio control boat that looks like it was inspired by Tesla’s polarizing Cybertruck.
Between reserving the controversial Cybertruck and awaiting for its delivery in 2021 (or 2022, for the tri-motor model), all you can do now is to dream about it. Or you could roll up your sleeves and fold one paper model for yourself.
Tesla Cybertruck. Since its unveiling, it has received quite some ridicules. Ignoring how it was made fun of, it actually inspired a rather surprisingly good-looking concept gaming laptop and now, a game mod too.
For better or for worse, Tesla Cybertruck has absolutely succeeded in going viral. Whether or not that was Elon Musk and the electric car maker’s intention is not clear, but that’s probably not important at this point.
Tesla Cybertruck has a polarizing design that straight up went viral. And why wouldn’t it be? It is practically a geometric shape on wheels. It is so geometric that many can’t help but to poke fun at it, including LEGO.
It looks like Dubai Police is not the only law enforcement agency that was swoon over by Tesla Cybertruck. Mexican City Police Force, too, is keen. Actually, they are more than just keen. In fact, Mexican City Mayor Adrián Esper Cárdenas has reportedly “secured reservations for 15 Cybertrucks.”
Dubai Police. The United Arab Emirates’ law enforcement agency best known for its flashy patrol cars and occasional oddities more than crime fighting, has expressed the desire to add Tesla Cybertruck to its fleet.
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.