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).
When you see a 0-60 sprint of 3.45 seconds. You probably imagine a sleek, slow-slung, exotic supercar, or a Tesla. You are not wrong, but the automobile that makes that blistering 3.45 seconds here is a pickup truck.
What’s cuter than a classic Austin Mini? I don’t know about you, but I am going to say an Austin Mini Pickup Truck. Speaking of which, the 1972 Austin Mini Pickup is more of a Ute than a pickup since it was based on the Mini Van and presumably, has a one-piece body like a […]
Already eyeing on the Harley-Davidson Fat Boy 30th Anniversary Edition motorcycle? Well, you may want to complement it with a Harley-Davidson Fat Boy F-250 Truck. Wait, what? A Harley-Davidson truck? Yes, the American bike maker also has trucks too, albeit just Harley-Davidson branded.
With all the experience in designing electric semi-trucks, it is only a logical progression for Nikola Motor to be making an electric pickup truck. Wait. That’s not how “progression” goes, is it? Regardless, it is here (almost!), the Nikola Badger, Nikola Motor’s first electric pickup truck.
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.
And we thought the Hummer brand is dead. Apparently it isn’t. OK. Technically, the brand is still dead. But it is making a come back. This time, it will go straight under the wings of GMC and not quite as a brand itself.
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.
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.