If you, unlike most people, love the design of Tesla's new Cybertruck and dream of having one, but can't afford it, why not create your own? That's exactly what Russian channel Pushka Garazh teaches to make one of their videos on YouTube, check it out:
The channel, which can be roughly translated as "Gun Garage" or something (according to Google), took an old car from one of its participants and covered it with metal and modifications until it was more or less similar to a Cybertruck. .
Of course, nothing in this perfect life and Cyberrussian has its disadvantages. For starters, the car has no doors. The driver and passenger need to open the rear windshield like a trunk to get in. In addition, in violation of Tesla's number one paradigm, the car is gas powered, not electric. Of course for some people this may be considered an advantage, but it is not the proposition of cars made by the Elon Musk car company.
In total, users have already placed 146,000 vehicle pre-orders
Only a difference cannot be ignored. According to the channel's engineers, a total of about $ 1,300 was invested. Cybertruck is selling for values starting at $ 39,990 and can reach up to $ 76,900. Of course most people won't want all the manpower involved in making their own Cybertruck, but the Pushka people put the Cyberrusso up for sale for about $ 10,700. It is still less than a third of the original Cybertruck and will the business work and they start an assembly line to sell to order? Probably not.
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