People have been clamoring for Tesla to make a truck for many years. Although Elon Musk has repeatedly promised it on the way, there is still no sign of what it will look like, rather than a fixed release date.
Simone Giertz, an inventor known for his crazy robots as the most effective / deadly alarm clock ever, took it with himself to make the Tesla truck a reality.
Truckla is a collaboration between Giertz and a number of inventors, mechanics and creators. Giertz actually buys the car for this video, which is pretty gutsy considering it's her first car purchase. Over the course of months, she and her team continue to tear the car apart and put it back together using beamed trucks, and then refinance it into a surprisingly seamless end product.
But enough description; You should check out the video itself. It's a long one in 31[ads1] minutes, but it's worth looking at the ingenuity of the display – not to mention the shock factor to see someone cut into a Tesla.
Or if you don't have time, just look at the end resulting in this unofficial Truckla ad:
Giertz says she still needs to put some finishes on Truckla, including waterproof, bodywork, linens and more. To help you, please contact the team at email@example.com
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Published June 18, 2019 – 21:54 UTC