Cybertruck LMFAO

Cybertruck LMFAO

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12,236 posts

219 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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Mike1990

971 posts

132 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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That is awful!

Djtemeka

1,825 posts

193 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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Looks the same apart from the wheels and open windows . Yuk

kambites

67,666 posts

222 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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Looks dented to me. Not sure if that's just reflections though.

Aunty Pasty

633 posts

39 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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I guess they realised wing mirrors were a good idea at some point in the design.

bitchstewie

51,869 posts

211 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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They'll sell loads though.

grumbledoak

31,576 posts

234 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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They do appear to have realized the design.

Fugly though. To the point of being a statement. But are any trucks designed to be beautiful?

TGCOTF-dewey

5,323 posts

56 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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It does have a look about it that suggests it's been developed by Ghanaian national defence company.

https://youtu.be/VZOlBGhT1ss?si=6qhp20BuO4yluJfY

Aunty Pasty

633 posts

39 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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bhstewie said:
They'll sell loads though.
I'm not too certain of that these days. A few years ago there were plenty of people who would be happy to take an instagram pic of their turd smoothie before chugging it down and then wax lyrical about it's subtle blend of flavours. These days I think most would want to sample a bit first.

valiant

10,405 posts

161 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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It looks like something knocked up in someone’s shed but I’ve seen a few YouTube videos of the prototype out and about and the yanks seem to be going crazy over it judging by the comments.

It will sell by the bucket load over there.

Om

1,812 posts

79 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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valiant said:
It looks like something knocked up in someone’s shed but I’ve seen a few YouTube videos of the prototype out and about and the yanks seem to be going crazy over it judging by the comments.

It will sell by the bucket load over there.
There may be a parrot incoming, but I think the second picture is of something that was knocked up in someone's shed. Nice 70s kit car vibes anyway.

ClaphamBoxS

333 posts

65 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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Where do i put my fridge if i want to drive it around a field? ( the default requirement for any “truck” )

loudlashadjuster

5,196 posts

185 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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It’s so bad.

Bad concept, bad design, bad as a truck.

EM needs to hear the word “no” more often.

essayer

9,111 posts

195 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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Lookin’ good



kambites

67,666 posts

222 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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loudlashadjuster said:
It’s so bad.

Bad concept, bad design, bad as a truck.
"Good" in this day and age, is defined by profits. Lets wait and see, but I suspect they wont be able to build them fast enough (although god knows why!).

valiant

10,405 posts

161 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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Om said:
There may be a parrot incoming, but I think the second picture is of something that was knocked up in someone's shed. Nice 70s kit car vibes anyway.
Oops, thought it was the prototype out and about.

FourWheelDrift

88,688 posts

285 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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bhstewie said:
They'll sell loads though.
Doesn't have a big V8 so the hicks (usual truck customer) won't buy it.

NDNDNDND

2,040 posts

184 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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kambites said:
"Good" in this day and age, is defined by profits. Lets wait and see, but I suspect they wont be able to build them fast enough (although god knows why!).
Hmmm, I'm not so sure...


swisstoni

17,150 posts

280 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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There’s plenty of Muskovites still in the US. Enough to sell a good number of these. I think they’ll make a respectable number and then quietly discontinue.

I’ve never really known what Musk was thinking when he signed the thing off, but clearly he does some things just because he can.

fooman

201 posts

65 months

Saturday 2nd September 2023
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Estimates vary but it's said Tesla have taken upwards of 1.5 million $100 deposits, if nothing else that's got to help with cash flow.