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Someone Already Made a LEGO Tesla Cybertruck

by Paul Strauss

While it might be a couple of years before we see any actual Tesla Cybertrucks on the road, there is one way you can get your hands on one immediately – by building a model of one. You can certainly whittle one out of wood, or maybe even bend one out of sheet metal, but the easiest way to do it is to create one from LEGO, like brick builder Peter Blackert did.

The miniature model of Elon Musk’s visionary electric truck of the future does a good job capturing the stark, angular lines of the real deal, though it forgoes the bulletproof armored windows, which is probably a good idea anyhow. I love how he even built a figure of Elon Musk, along with that electric ATV that they drove up onto the back of it during the reveal. The only thing missing is Franz.

In addition to the standard stainless steel Cybertruck, Peter decided to make a special edition that pays tribute to Elon Musk’s other company, SpaceX. This version is done up in bright blue, and features yellow windows, along with a couple of astronauts taking it for a spin.

You can check out more pictures of both LEGO Cybertrucks and Peter’s other awesome LEGO vehicle builds over on his Flickr page.

[via Motor1]



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