On Wednesday, October 27, on the LEGO Instagram profile appeared a post containing the classic brick with the appearance of the new Tesla Cybertrack launched last week by Elon Musk.
Lego, who has always done this kind of Instant marketing, decided to propose this image joking about the fact that the pick-up is an evolution of the truck – that we all assembled as children – ensuring the indestructibility.
In fact, last week, Elon Musk presented his latest invention to the world. Accustomed for a while now to his innovative ideas and maybe even a bit crazy, like the flame throwers sold by his company The Boring Company, the owner of Tesla has decided to propose Cybertrack, a huge model of car that seems to have come out of a science fiction movie, with simple and squared shapes reminiscent of a mix between a tank and a Bat Mobile if it was not for its gray color.
The idea of the American entrepreneur is to compete with Ford on the F150, which is the best-selling car in the United States, deciding to challenge the lucrative market with a model that is completely out of line – perhaps a little too much.
Cybertrack was built on an unprecedented platform, designed to give strength and rigidity to the car. The owner of the American car manufacturer designed the entire car with bulletproof armored glass so that if you find yourself driving it in the middle of a war or shooting, you can get out unscathed.
The car has a greater range than the other Tesla models and is capable of carrying six people. More than 5 meters long, high and impressive, the pick-up is offered in three different versions. These vary according to the capacity of the battery – yes because like all the other Tesla, it is also an electric car -, the number of engines and miles of range. The interior of the machine is very essential without too many manual controls.
The three versions will be available from 2021 or the end of 2022, depending on the choice.
Text by Anna Cardaci