This week, the true Tony revealed strongly – better known as Elon Musk – Teslas Cybertruck. It is a futuristic pickup with an “EXO skeleton” from the same “cold-rolled” stainless steel alloy like the Spacex Mars rocket prototype. Elon says the design was partly of Roger Moores Lotus Espirit S1 in the 007 film of the spy, which loved me, inspired.
It should also be bulletproof, but the live demonstration was not quite as planned. Elon said “Oh my god” in front of him, as the side window caught, and assured the audience that it was not completely broken. So amusing it was also when the live demonstration was not as planned, which was really funny, was the internet’s reaction to the aesthetics of the truck.
Many people in social media seem to believe that the cybertruck looks like a low-polygon pickup from an old video game. A tone comparison over Twitter was on the early years of Lara Croft’s Tomb Raider series on the original PlayStation. The best tweet of all could be this only answer that Elon Musk has received from the official cyberpunk 2077 account:
We had a deal, Elon – Cyberpunk 2077 (@cyberpunkgame) 22 . November 2019
Up to 2077 – Elon Musk (@elonmusk) 22 . November 2019
Damn, Cybertruck and Cyberpunk 2077 close together – could Timing be better? When we see no cooperation or at least no free DLC until April next year, which allows us to drive around in a cybertruck, we will be thoroughly disappointed. As long as Microsoft does not offer the truck on the Internet Halo-Series We will not understand why this should not be given green light in Cyberpunk 2077.
What do you think? Should the Cybertruck make an appearance in the cyberpunk? Could we expect to see it in Gran Turismo? Say Musk what you think below.