Photo credit: Martin Hajek via Yanko Design
If Tesla and Microsoft teamed up to make an Xbox Series X console inspired by the Cybertruck, this is probably what it would look like. Designer Martin Hajek came up with this concept and modeled it around the upcoming console, but gave it a low-poly makeover. No technical specifications were revealed, but we can’t imagine it being any more powerful than it already is going to be.
Photo credit: Scott Barras
There’s the Tesla Model S / 3 / X / Y, Roadster, and soon, the Semi, but what the company hasn’t yet made is a true sports car to take on the Challenger, Mustang, Camaro, etc. That’s where automotive designer Scott Barras’ Tesla Model GT comes in. It’s essentially an electric 4-seat vehicel similar in size to a Dodge Viper or Corvette.
Triton Solar, a New Jersey-based technology company, may give the Tesla Model X a run for its money with their all-new Triton Model H electric SUV. It’s targeted at the luxury market and can comfortably accommodate eight people, along with boasting 200 cubic feet of luggage space. The vehicle comes equipped with a 200 kWh Triton Solar battery pack and have a single-charge range of up to 700+ miles.
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.
Tesla vehicles are no strangers to dragstrips, whether it be the Model S, Model X, Model 3 or even the newly released Model Y. They’ve been pit against some formidable foes, and the latest one is a heavily a modified Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye. Just how well does a Model S Performance perform against such a beastly muscle car? Let’s just say that it held its own.