There is an amusing rendering of an imagined Tesla Cyber-Roadster. It is a Tesla Cybertruck inspired version of a Tesla Roadster with the windows broken like the cybertruck had during its debut.
A Tesla Cyber-Roadster (render) looks super Dope 😍😍😍 pic.twitter.com/cQ17FFUoMd
— Vincent (@vincent13031925) December 4, 2019
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7 thoughts on “Amusing Rendering of a Tesla Cyber-Roadster”
I think we need to go deeper…
I like it. But it has some issues. The truck was big, so it could get away with that down slope of the roof in the back, but in a low to the ground sportscar there really will be an issue with headroom. And keeping those wheels…barf. Still, Tesla should hire this designer. This may be a bit of humor, on the part of the designer, but whoever they are, they have talent with this polygonal art…more than the Tesla Cybertruck designer. Maybe they cheated a little. The front fender does have some bend on 2 axes. modest bend on 1-axis is fine, 2 will require a strong press. Still, one machine, to have a nice look is fine by me. How much would that add to each car? $200-400 maybe.
So, a low polygon Lamborghini?
You can’t do the cold-rolled origami with those fender flares so those would have to be something else (plastic?). It could potentially give you an added crushable zone around the car.
Actually not bad. I’ve always been a fan of that design. The angular look was penned by coach builder Bertone in the 1970s. The Countach, the Lancia Stratos, the Fiat X1/9 and the Alfa Montreal were the most successful commercially. The Ferrari 400 was styled in the same manner, but not by him.
cyber tesla = the car of Michael Knight, a modern-day crime fighter who uses a technologically advanced, artificially intelligent automobile. This car, named KITT, is virtually indestructible, due to a high-tech coating applied to it.
but there’s not enough room for the foldup solar panels….
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