If you like Tesla’s new Cybertruck electric pickup and don’t want to wait until 2021, consider buying a Lego version of the building block to solve the problem. At last week’s launch, Tesla unveiled its long-awaited Cybertruck, but encountered some awkwardness in demonstrating glass performance. Even so, the Cybertruck, a “hand-crafted design”, still received a large number of orders for less than $40,000.
(Screenshot via Cnet)
On Tuesday, Lego Australia shared its “building blocks” on Facebook, and mischievously said: “The truck’s evolution has to come here, and we can give a break-proof guarantee.”
Compared to the hard, angular genuine Cybertruck, the LEGO building block version is a little less impressive. Also be careful not to take it and the Ford F-150 race, after all, the grip of this plastic wheel is really not good.