Watch the Tesla Cybertruck Cruise Around Mars in This Fan-Made Video
The Cybertruck and space: That’s Elon Musk’s dream right thereby Sidd Dhimaan, on LISTEN 01:44
When we got the first glimpse of the Cybertruck, we were convinced that this vehicle doesn’t belong here and it sure is ‘out of the world’. It became the talk of the town for its unconventional, unorthodox design philosophy. But, how would it fare on another planet? Thanks to this video by youtuber Holmes Draws, we can now imagine how the Tesla would look on outer space.
It Feels So Much At Home On Other Planets
Now, this may not be a Mars Rover, but I’m quite sure a lot of us would root for it to look like this. In this video, you can see the Cybertruck drive around the red planet. Actually, the video doesn’t even mention Mars anywhere, but given that Musk wants to send people to Mars, I think we can safely assume this is where the Cybertruck is.
Now, we don’t see it happening anytime soon, but if a vehicle from earth was to be sent to another planet – purely in terms of looks – and see if it would make a good fit, it ought to be the Cybertruck.
This was the artist’s first attempt, so all the shortcomings should be excused. Tesla doesn’t spend any amount on marketing its products, but when you have such a fan-following, you don’t need to.
The Cybertruck is not averse to being tested in different conditions. Recently, Elon Musk and Jay Leno drove the Cybertruck through the mile-long test tunnel of the Boring Company in Los Angeles. As long as Musk is the man behind calling the shots, we could see the Cybertruck go in space, following the footsteps of the Roadster.
Which car do you think would make the best candidate to go into the outer space? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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