Photo credit: Lars Büro
Design agency Lars Büro heard that the Tesla Cybertruck would be too large to fit in a standard garage. So, they created “Cybunker,” a living space designed specifically to house the futuristic truck. How does it work? There are two folding gates inside that reveal a 600 square-foot living space capable of accommodating an array of equipment and vehicles, including other trucks that don’t fit in standard garages.
In more extreme or hostile environments, like the poles, the Cybunker can be equipped to function as an airlock to allow a safe transition between exterior and interior spaces.
It boasts a rigid steel monocoque structure and aerodynamic shape to help it withstand the toughest environmental conditions, while its state-of-the-art circular infrastructure creates a microgrid capable of ensuring self-sustenance in the most isolated sites, thanks to solar panels. Or, one can use it as an auxiliary system for on-grid dwellings.