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Quake in Terror at this Heavily Militarized Cybertruck

byVictor Tangermann

The "ultimate tactical combat Cybertruck" has a heavy machine gun — and much more.

Ultimate Tactical Combat Cybertruck

With the help of designer Jan Peisert, the YouTube channel Electric Future has come up with a terrifying new take on Tesla’s already well-armored Cybertruck.

Their “ultimate tactical combat Cybertruck” looks like an actual tank ready for modern combat, including a roof-mounted gun — but for now, the concept is little more than a series of flashy renders.

Tesla first announced its provocative, “Blade Runner”-inspired Cybertruck back in November.

While the electric car company envisions it to be more of a camping-friendly vehicle — albeit one that’s eventually headed to Mars — Musk has also suggested that the vehicle could be “closer to an armored personnel carrier from the future,” suggesting it could be one day used by the military.

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Sneaky Cybertruck

According to the video, the vehicle could be especially well suited for recon or scouting missions, thanks to its quiet electric drivetrain. A surveillance drone could be launched from the truck bed as well.

But having the truck’s bottom lined with a massive battery could quickly turn into disaster if it was struck from the underside by an IED — though that could perhaps be mitigated by a blast diffusion material.

READ MORE: Check Out These Ultimate Tactical Tesla Cybertrucks: A Pickup Truck On Steroids [Inside EVs]

More on the Cybertruck: ELON MUSK: THE CYBERTRUCK WILL “FLOAT FOR A WHILE”

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