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Toyota Supra Impersonates a Tesla Truck in This Cyber Rendering

While Cyberpunk 2077 will change the RPG gaming scene, Tesla's Cybertruck might still go down as the "cyber" product of the decade. Things are quiet right now, but who knows what will happen after Elon starts meeting all those thousands of orders?
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It's easy to see why the Cybertruck is interesting. The design is unlike anything ever built, and as per usual, Elon is promising lots of things, from range to sports car-rivaling performance. Even though it's looking like a standalone product, the wedge-like shape of the truck has inspired renderings in other segments too.

We've seen some artists imagine a geometric Model S, but never anything like this. Flathat3d has taken the spirit of the Cybertruck and placed it inside the Toyota Supra. It makes zero sense, but that's what makes the world of 3D car models so unpredictable and entertaining. These two vehicles have nothing in common other than the number of wheels and the fact they were huge automotive events in 2019.

This sinister-looking sports car is all-black, with a satin finish that resembles the iconic old F-117 stealth aircraft. We're not sure if bullets will bounce off or miss it altogether. There's barely anything linking this to the Supra. However, we've got Toyota badges and a Supra-like headlight unit.

Jokes used to point out that the Cybertruck looks like Lara Croft's bosom in old Tomb Raider games. And this rendering might actually have been created by putting the Supra through a low-poly transformation as if you've turned the graphics all the way down in a game. But only the boxy fenders are similar to the Tesla vehicle; the rest of it is made to resemble the Karlmann King.

If you haven't heard of it yet, the latter is kind of a novelty vehicle, said to cost a cool $1 million and optionally available with bulletproofing. It doesn't make a lot of sense to buy, but it's pretty much the only F-117 steal fighter for the road.




 
 
 
 
 

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