Tesla Cybercar Concept Looks Like the Upgraded Cybertruck That Must Be Made

Tesla’s Cybertruck is a love-it-or-hate-it kind of car, and while many people are impressed with the way it looks, others just hate the direction that Tesla has embraced for this model.
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Photo: Jidens Creative on Behance
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The designer known on Behance as Jidens Creative, however, has decided to share their own take on the Cybertruck, envisioning a so-called Tesla Cybercar concept that’s based on the original model.

But as every concept out there, it comes with improvements in key areas, and the first thing you’ll probably notice on this Cybercar is the new door design. This approach further enhances the futuristic concept that the Cybertruck is based on in the first place, and judging from this rendering, it all seems to blend in with the rest of the car just nicely.

Next, the bigger wheels combined with a lower design contribute to a more aggressive styling overall. The bigger wheels, in particular, could make the Cybertruck feel more like a… well, truck, while the lowered body makes it seem a little bit sportier.

The front end has also been redesigned, so it’s slimmer now, while the Tesla logo has been moved to the left side.

Overall, the Tesla Cybercar concept brings welcome changes to the Cybertruck, and Tesla would actually do itself a favor should it decide to check out these ideas.

While you shouldn’t hold your breath for the changes envisioned here to make their way to the Cybertruck anytime soon, the rendering is living proof that Tesla’s models can be further improved, and the skilled designers working on the car can obviously push all these ideas even further with their own take on everything.

In the meantime, Elon Musk has recently suggested that the Cybertruck would be produced before the Roadster, so it’s now just a matter of time until this new model gets the go-ahead. As a matter of fact, the Roadster still doesn’t yet have a specific ETA.
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About the author: Bogdan Popa
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Bogdan keeps an eye on how technology is taking over the car world. His long-term goals are buying an 18-wheeler because he needs more space for his kid’s toys, and convincing Google and Apple that Android Auto and CarPlay deserve at least as much attention as their phones.
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