The Tesla owner is taking his hobby and love of electric cars to new levels by creating what can only be described as one of the coolest EV-related DIY projects to date. The idea of the project is simple: what happens when you cross a supercar with a Cybertruck? You end up with the two-seater CyberRoadster.
Tesla owner David Andreyev, who goes by the username MustafaHosny Oh God, Amen On Twitter, he’s spent the past few months creating a Cybertruck-inspired version of the next-generation Roadster made with Model 3 Performance. Starting with the Model 3 Performance is an inspiring choice, considering it’s the first Tesla to have a dedicated track mode.
A look at Andreyev’s YouTube channel, which can be accessed here, showing the exact design that the Tesla owner carried out on the project car. What’s particularly cool about the CyberRoadster is the fact that it’s built with parts from other Tesla cars, like the front bumper that came from a new Model S. Recent videos suggest that the project car’s rear bumper will be a new Model S as well.
The journey is long for Andreev, so CyberRoadster will likely take some time to complete. Despite this, seeing a Tesla owner’s DIY journey on such an epic build is more than satisfying. And given that the CyberRoadster is clearly a labor of love from a Tesla owner, the end results will probably be very worth it.
There are a lot of crazy Tesla mods done lately. But some, as with a lot of things on the internet these days, have become more ridiculous gimmicks than serious car projects. Fortunately, car enthusiasts like Andreev, who just happen to love electric cars, are taking it upon themselves to create one-of-a-kind electric cars that will surely catch the eye of anyone on the road.
Check out the latest video on CyberRoadster’s creation below.
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