Elon Musk announced that the Tesla Cybertruck has been officially delayed until 2022, but for those who have pre-ordered and want to start picking up accessories, there’s the CyberLandr. This camper basically turns your vehicle into a miniature home of sorts on wheels.
Photo credit: CyberTruckOwnersClub
The Tesla Cybertruck may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but let’s face it, the vehicle definitely serves many practical purposes. One example would be as a camper, as one user of the Cybertruck Owners Club forum, shows with a camper-style box that fits right over the bed. It’s styled to blend seamlessly in with the exterior, complete with all of the angles as well as cab windows.
Photo credit: Peter Blackert
Brick master Peter Blackert saw the Tesla Cybertruck / Cyberquad ATV and knew straight away that these were definitely vehicles that could be recreated with LEGO pieces. For those who missed the unveiling, three trims have been announced so far, with driving range estimates between 250–500 miles on a full charge and an estimated 0–60 mph as fast as 2.9-seconds for the tri-motor AWD model.