Somebody attempted their own Tesla Cybertruck and people are divided over how fake it looks – which side are you on? | The Sun

A MAN from India has attempted his own Tesla Cybertruck and people are divided over how fake it looks.

The video was uploaded to Youtube by CS12VLOGS and at first glance, it appears to be a fairly accurate replica.

The Tesla Cybertruck replica was spotted in Lovalana in western India.

The video is titled: "India's first Tesla Cybertruck replica spotted in India."

Some people think it's very similar to the real Tesla Cybertruck, which is due to start production at the end of 2023.

The bodywork is similar to the real Tesla, and the fake pickup is also equipped with large off-road tires and has the same black wheel arches.


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However, in the video, the Tesla Cybertruck replica doesn't appear to have headlamps, taillights or front windshields.

A quick glimpse of the inside of the fake also reveals a bare chassis and a comical couple of seats.

Onlookers in the video seem surprised; a few were even taking pictures with the car.

But YouTube users are divided on whether it looks similar or not.

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One said: "Seems like they also have managed to copy the build quality expected from Tesla."

Another said: "I can't believe it, looks very similar."

Elon Musk revealed that Tesla aims to start mass production of its Cybertruck at the end of 2023.

The Tesla boss first presented the pickup truck back in 2019.

Shortly afterwards people were able to place a $100 deposit to reserve the electric pick-up.

There have been other Cybertruck replicas in Bosnia and Herzegovina, two in Russia and one made of wood in the United States.

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