Photo credit: Matteo Gentile via Car Scoops
Elon Musk hinted that the design of the Tesla Cybertruck was inspired by Blade Runner and the Lotus Esprit driven by James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me, which somewhat explains its unibody construction with cold-rolled stainless steel body panels. This is the same material that SpaceX uses on their Starship, because it distributes stress more evenly and allows for more interior volume. If Musk decided to make a Cybertruck-inspired coupe, it might look something like designer Matteo Gentile’s creation.
Matteo basically shrunk the Cybertruck down, removed the bed, and kept the minimalist design, complete with LED light strips. On another note, early Cybertruck design concepts included using titanium for the outer body panels, but this was later switched to stainless steel for additional strength, using a Tesla-developed alloy.
- Material:Alloy+ABS,rubber tire and solid structure
- The two sides of doors could be opened,the front cover could be opened too
- When you put on the button battery on the bottom,Open the doors,then it can come with Music and Light
- You can pull back the car,then it can move forwards even without battery
- Very suitable as children toys for birthday,Christmas gift, new year. Also it can be a gift for your boyfriend