A copy of the Tesla Cybertruck pickup created from potatoesDecember 3, 2019
The author of the copy of the pickup truck, Ilona Mask, for the most credibility, even “broke” the front window.
During Thanksgiving family dinner, 30-year-old American Greg Milano using a butter knife created a copy of the recently acclaimed Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck.
On Twitter, the author’s older brother, Dan Milano, has photos and videos of the process of creating a pickup from mashed potatoes. In just five days, the video was watched more than four million times.
Greg was able to perfectly convey the basic elements of the car, which was presented by Elon Musk in late November. He even made a cargo compartment door that opens like a real pickup truck and added “broken” windows to bring his work closer to the original model.
Futuristic pickup Tesla Cybertruck created based on the movie “Blade Runner”. The novelty was officially presented to the public on November 22. In just the first two days, the car collected more than 150 thousand pre-orders.
The car is built on the basis of a steel “exoskeleton”, and the body is made of materials for SpaceX rockets. According to Elon Musk, the top version is capable of accelerating from 0 to 97 km / h in just 2.9 seconds.
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