Unveiled at the end of 2019, the Tesla Cybertruck still remains a serious talking point. Recognised for its sharp, futuristic body, Elon Musk’s all-electric pickup looks like nothing else on the market with many unsure if the design with make production.
Reaching 250,000 pre-orders in just five days after its unveiling, we’re set to see the revolutionary CYBRTRCK (its trademarked name) on our roads by late 2021. While we wait, Leasing Options have reimagined how 3 iconic cars from our roads today may look if the motor industry adopts Musk’s unique style for future car designs.
The classic Mini Cooper is a British favourite by anyone’s standards. While the style and shape has changed slightly over time, the Mini has kept its distinct design since the original 1959 car. Though, that has changed after being reimagined as a Tesla.
This Cybertrucked Mini is the small, three-door Hatch we know and love. The latest generation Mini is also now available as a pure electric car and boasts a range of up to 145miles.
The iconic design that gave this car’s name the ‘Beetle’ has been revived multiple times over its lifespan and has been popular across generations of drivers. But after 80 years, Volkswagen recently announced that production of this classic car has now ended. Rumours suggest the car will make a return as an all electric model.
What was once a cute and compact car, the Cybertrucked Volkswagen Beetle has lost its famously curved body. It is a direct contrast to the well-known, round exterior and the Beetle now looks more like a traditional coupe.
RANGE ROVER EVOQUE
The Range Rover Evoque probably suits the Cybertruck revamp the most out of these redesigns. The classic Range Rover styling, plus its upgraded look matches the refined architecture behind the original car. A plug-in hybrid version of the Evoque was launched earlier this year, offering upto 41 miles of pure electric motoring.
While Tesla’s actual Cybertruck is said to prize toughness, with every component made with durability in mind, its off-road capabilities have been questioned. But by combining it with Range Rover’s handling and its all-weather characteristics, we think the Cybertrucked version would breeze through even the worst conditions.