When Tesla experienced a “rollover” while demonstrating glass performance at the launch of the electric pickup Cybertruck, it became a slotr for many manufacturers and netizens, according tomedia CNET. Lego Australia, for example, used its own “broken-and-break building blocks” on Twitter to tease them.
However, a few days later, the real Cybertruck Lego design is emerging, including a beautiful look, even with a tail roof and rear bezel. According to a report released Friday by TechCrunch, Twitch Streaming and Lego Brickin Nick submitted their work to Lego’s Lego Idea website and have been endorsed by more than 2,200 supporters.
In an interview with TechCrunch, BrickinNick said the design he submitted was just a starting point: “It could be modified to have more moving parts, including opening doors, sliding out ramps, and even a matching Tesla ATV kit.” “
Lego’s Ideas process requires users to submit plans for potential kits that may go into production if there is enough public interest. If the projectreaches reach 10,000 supporters in about a year and a half, LEGO officials will review the project sits and issue “Pick Staffs,” meaning that even if the project does not have 10,000 supporters, it will be selected.