Yet one more very bizarre – or maybe “fascinating” is a greater phrase – do-it-yourself Tesla Cybertruck has made the information. It appears something to do with the Cybertruck or any electric pickup truck, even when not directly, turns into newsworthy. 

This explicit Cybertruck duplicate is positioned in Taranaki, New Zealand. And, really, it is not a Tesla Cybertruck in any respect, although it goals to seem like one. It is a 2000 Toyota Vitz, primarily a Yaris for these in different elements of the world, as a result of everybody sees a Toyota Yaris and thinks “Tesla Cybertruck,” proper? No, not likely, besides on this one-off case.

Vitz proprietor Sandmerv, often called “Merv,” mentioned this Toyota subcompact automobile had seen higher days. He really discovered it on Fb and purchased it regardless that it was smashed up. He determined to “spruce it up” in a mode that Tesla CEO Elon Musk would possibly recognize. Merv informed the native information:

“Tesla cyber vitz, runs high quality, was rolled just a few years again, so I made it look higher – that is debatable – 4 wheel drive with imply mud tyres.”

The sheet steel and plastic mission was his delight and pleasure, and he is happy with the way it turned out. Nevertheless, he determined it was time to promote it. Although it runs high quality, it may’t actually be pushed legally on public roads in New Zealand. A possible purchaser requested Merv within the feedback on Commerce Me:

“Will I be sued by Elon Musk for driving that?”

Merv jokingly responded, “Most likely.”

The Toyota Cyber Vitz does not have the required security options to be authorized on the nation’s roads. So, the one that purchased it from Merv will most likely simply preserve it as an artwork piece.