Here’s What the Cybertruck Would Look Like if BMW Owned Tesla

What happens when you put a BMW grille on the Cybertruck?

Have you ever wondered what the Cybertruck is really missing? The answer is not a futuristic look - we can tell you that for sure! What the truck is really missing is a grille! Of course it doesn’t need one since we are talking about an electric vehicle, but Superrenderscars came with the perfect solution.

The designer took the famous Cybertruck and equipped it with the front fascia of the recently launched BMW Concept XM. Of course, the result, if you ask us, is a little bit more terrible than the Tesla truck itself, but it does raise the question: what if?

What if, next to cars like the GMC Hummer EV, or the Ford F-150 Lightning, or the Rivian R1T, the Cybertruck will also have to take on an electric truck from BMW? Will the BMW truck have the same ridiculous-sized grille and those tiny headlights? Or will it skip the grille since it is no need for one?

2021 Tesla Cybertruck
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Until we will actually have an answer to the question, we know that Tesla should finally bring a production version Cybertruck in late 2022. It will have a starting price of $39,900 for the base entry version, but there will also be two more AWD versions with prices starting at $49,900 and $69,900 respectively. These two versions will arrive at a later date. Tesla says it already has more than 1 million orders for the Cybertruck, so it will take a while before Tesla is able to catch up once production starts.

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