Check Out These Renderings of The Tesla Cybertruck as Various Public Service Vehicles
Surprisingly, this unorthodox truck fits all the roles quite wellby Sidd Dhimaan, on
The Cybertruck has been reimagined as a heavy-armored truck, combat truck, a vehicle fit to be driven on Mars and whatnot. But how would it serve as a pizza delivery vehicle or a taxi? It seems a little contrasting with its demeanor, but U.K.-based LeaseFetcher has imagined it in various avatars.
The truck is painted green and yellow with a siren on the roof and warning lights on the bumpers and across the body. Since the Cybertruck comes with adjustable air suspension, it should make it convenient when on duty.
This is my favorite of the lot. This rendering rides a lot higher off the ground and wears big off-road tires. It is equipped with short bumpers and a winch. The front windshield is open only for the driver and the rest of it is now all metal. There are LED lights bars on the roof and the wing mirrors.
The roll cage at the rear further adds to the utility and the tough looks of the truck. This Cybertruck Coastguard is also paired with an additional jet ski for search and rescue missions. With all the power and instantaneous torque, this Cybertruck will make a perfect package for coastguard operations, won’t it?
Cybertruck Pizza Delivery
LeaseFetcher also rendered the Cybertruck as a pizza delivery vehicle. It is wrapped in Domino’s colors with the branding in the front and sides. There’s also the ‘Out For Delivery’ board at the top. It will be quite a shocker to see this big beast as a pizza delivery vehicle. But one good thing that comes out of this is that we will be served with hot pizzazz, thanks to the 2.9-second sprint to 60 mph from a standstill.
Running late to catch a flight? Well, this truck is your best bet to reach the airport safe and sound and quickly. With oodles of space available in the cabin and a truck bed, you can carry take even a family of five people and their luggage for a month with utmost ease. When other drivers see this yellow monster in their rearview mirrors speeding towards them, they will have to give way. Late airport arrivals no more.
Even in stock form, the Cybertruck would make for a good police vehicle. It is fast, comes with ‘armored steel and bulletproof glass’, can be driven on the tarmac and beaten paths with ease, and has a lot of space to carry troops and weapons if needed.
This rendering is almost stock, except for the NYPD stickers and flashlights on the wing mirrors. Dubai Police has already announced that it will be adding the Cybertruck to its fleet, which also has other exquisite vehicles like the Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Aventador, Aston Martin One-77, Audi R8, and a Roush-Ford Mustang, to name a few.
This Cybertruck is rendered particularly for UPS, but I’m going to take into account for the U.S. Postal Service. The Postal Service was about to award a $6 billion contract to replace its aging fleet last year but has pushed it to 2020. It could get delayed again, but the important thing is we’ll be seeing 186,000 new daily-delivery trucks in the following years. All the 140,000 current trucks in its fleet will be replaced since they lack even basic features like air-conditioning and airbags, and are 28 years old on average.
Imagine how the Cybertruck would fare in this situation. It is certainly not a worthy opponent, but hypothetically speaking, the truck would be able to haul all the parcels and letters along with other bulky boxes. 14,000 pounds of towing capacity coupled with a big truck bed should serve well. Not to mention, inter-city or even inter-state deliveries could happen much faster.
Cybertruck AAA Road Assistance
This features AA branding since LeaseFetcher is U.K.-based, but in the U.S., the Cybertruck serving for AAA as a road assistance vehicle would be a boon. Towing, hauling, everything would be a breeze with this. With an onboard charger present, jump-starting the vehicle would be an easy task, too. Since the running and maintenance costs of the Cybertruck would be relatively cheaper, AAA could offer more services on the existing tariff. A win-win situation for the AAA and its customers.
Tesla and Elon Musk have been pushing the limits of both performance and sustainability for over a decade. Electric vehicles in public services will be a sizeable investment at the beginning, but the benefits will come in the future. The low running and upkeep costs of EVs will make a huge difference, especially if a particular department has hundreds of Cybertrucks in its fleet.
According to you, which rendering of the Cybertruck is the best and which one seems the most useless of this lot? Let us know in the comments section below.