Now that Tesla has finally begun its Indian operations, it’s not just automobile enthusiasts that are excited about watching Tesla models cruising down the roads, the Indian general population as a whole is looking forward to the launch. One such person is a design enthusiast who has envisioned Tesla’s Cybertruck on Indian streets and it has given us much to think about.
The battery-powered vehicle is a light duty pickup truck differentiated by its ground breaking exterior design. Contrary to how fragile it might look on the outside, the stainless steel body is extremely robust and well-suited to sustainably carrying out daily activities that are done by regular fossil fuel-powered trucks.
- In the first picture, the electric vehicle is envisioned as being used by a domestic gas provider to carry LPG cylinders. As is fitting for Indian roads, the street is narrow and busy while the vault/ bed of the truck is fully loaded. Though the vehicle, with its peculiarly angular body, stands at a stark contrast from the crowded road and the buildings lining it; it is fair to say that this electric truck does add a little bit of spice to the whole mix of regular automobiles we see every day. It also goes to show how Cybertruck has the potential to be a reliable cargo carrier for private companies.
- With a few modifications, the previous pickup truck became a towing vehicle. Another Indian road and another job being taken care of by the Tesla Cybertruck, this time the vehicle is pictured to be a tow truck with all the necessary towing equipment affixed to the vehicle’s rear bed. The electric truck is towing a considerably heavy automobile on a busy road. More than anything, the envisioned scenarios have tested and proved Cybertruck’s flexibility of usage atop daily Indian roads.
- In the third scenario, the truck is loaded with watermelons at a local market. The road is lined with shops and the Tesla pickup is carrying precious goods ready to be sold at the market. Since the company has set no limitations to its ownership, the Cybertruck can be owned individually and used at one’s own discretion. In addition to this, the pictured circumstance also shows the futuristic-looking truck being used to deliver daily consignments or picking up specific requests of merchandise and other services.
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