It’s been more than three years since the all-electric Tesla Cybertruck was presented to the world and while it has still yet to reach the hands of customers, that hasn’t stopped a number of enthusiasts from all corners of the globe creating Cybertruck replicas.
We have seen a plethora of Cybertruck replicas since later 2019. These include one from Bosnia and Herzegovina, at least two from Russia, and even one made from wood in the United States. This latest Cybertruck replica appears to be one of the most accurate and was brought to life in India.
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This particular Cybertruck replica was spotted in Lonavala in western India and while details about it are limited, the owner has done a surprisingly good job in mimicking the design of the real Cybertruck and inevitably doing so for far less money than the electric pickup will actually cost.
It is impossible to tell what vehicle this Cybertruck started out life as but in a YouTube video of the pickup, it seems possible that it is based on a bespoke steel platform that allowed the owner to do a good job in matching the proportions of the Tesla.
In addition to the silver bodywork being very similar to the real Tesla, the pickup is also equipped with large off-road tires and has the same black wheel arches. Curiously, it doesn’t have a windshield and also lacks headlights and taillights, meaning it wouldn’t be particularly useful to drive on the street.