Photo credit: JHD Creative
JHD Creative wasn’t thrilled with the Tesla Cybertruck, so they came up with the Cybercar, which is essentially the truck, but in coupe / supercar form. The vehicle keeps the flared front fender arches, wedge-shaped roof, and the boxy angular styling instead of opting for the curves found on the upcoming 2020 Tesla Roadster. Read more for a video of the Cybertruck on the freeway being driven by none other than Elon Musk himself.
Despite the backlash, the total addressable market for full-sized pickup trucks is over two million vehicles per year in the United States. Plus, the Cybertruck will be able to take advantage of the Tesla Network of shared vehicles (robocar) to generate an income stream, if the latter were to become available in United States and worldwide by the time of its release.