When Tesla Model S was first launched, this blog is barely 2 years old. And so, no, we did not feature it. We did however feature the S P85D introduced in 2014 and the Plaid version of the Model S just last year. Speaking of which, those who bought into that may not be amused […]
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.
Industrial designer Kendall Toerner is not a Tesla designer and the Tesla Model B concept electric bicycle dreamed up by him is not an official product, but the concept bicycle does oozed the Tesla vibe.
Automakers have been using lifestyle products to instill brand loyalty. Tesla Motors is no different. While most automakers sell automotive accessories, apparels et cetera Tesla does it a little differently.
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.
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.
You read that right. Tesla has finally revealed a much anticipated, super fast version of the Model S. Dubbed the Plaid, this handsome fellow has a peak power of 1,100 ponies. 1,100! That is absolutely bonkers!
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).
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).
Last week, Elon Musk took to Instagram asking his followers if they like the idea of a “CyberSneaker” – a Cybertruck-inspired shoes (duh!) and just a couple of days ago, this particular image (pictured above) surfaced online.