And now, the internet has given the bizarre truck some radical new makeovers, fixing and tweaking the highly divisive design. Here are some of the best ones we've come across.
Executive director of the Industrial Designers Society of America Chris Livaudais reworked the angular body lines of the truck to more closely resemble a pickup truck. The result: a flat truck bed, a more recognizable front bumper, and an overall more aesthetic shape.
Redditors over at the subreddit r/VaporwaveAesthetics took a more radical approach, giving the truck a paint job inspired by those waxy turquoise-and-purple cups from the 1990s.
Others went the DC Comics route and reimagined the Cybertruck as a Batmobile in the style of "The Dark Knight."
And for a particularly quirky look, Redditor avoidsquid cooked up this electrifying Pikachu-inspired finish.
Concept car artist BradBuilds came up with a lifted off-road version.
Twitter user BossLogic ended up generating a whole host of styles, including a Warthog from the popular video game "Halo" and a take on video game developer CD Project Red's upcoming title "Cyberpunk 2077."
— BossLogic (@Bosslogic) November 25, 2019
Finally, here's a wild camper attachment with an outdoor grill.
Wait, hold on. That one's actually from Tesla. The company also showed off designs for a sleek-looking trailer.
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