- Tram Ho
A fan of both Ford and Tesla pickup trucks, living in Bosnia, were bored with the day the American electric car company launched its Cybertruck, which is scheduled for the end of 2021. ” I did it myself. so “- he decided.
It took eight months for IT experts and engineers at his Stark Solutions company, Igor Krezic, to completely disassemble a Ford Raptor F-150 into the smallest piece possible, and then transform it into a pickup that looked nothing different. Cybertruck is how, except that it uses gasoline as fuel.
According to Mario Coric, the company’s director, this “fake” Cybertruck attracted a lot of attention when it first rolled on the streets in the southern town of Mostar.
” Everyone looked, and half of them thought we made a tank, because they don’t know what Cybertruck is. A girl even stopped and asked if someone was making a Tesla Cybertruck. here or not, “said Coric.
Krezic declined to comment on his half-breed.
Although this pickup doesn’t look like 100% of the Cybertruck prototype being tested by Tesla, it basically shows the spirit of Cybertruck.
“The owner wants us to combine two opposing things – Ford and Cyber - because he is a fan of both Tesla and Ford, so we combined two souls into one, ” Coric said.
” This car runs on gas, and Tesla is electric. We tried to copy as much as we could, but our car is not the same size as the Cybertruck, ” he added.
Neither Tesla nor Ford have commented on the Frankenstein car.
Coric says that Stark Solutions is currently trying to register their pickup so they can drive it on the road like any other conventional car, but it seems that things are not as smooth as the sharp edges of the vehicle as we used to. seen on Cybertruck is illegal in Bosnia.
Tesla plans to build a $ 1.1 billion Cybertruck plant near Austin, Texas – CEO Elon Musk announced in July.
With prices starting at $ 39,000, Cybertruck looks like an armored vehicle and is a trump card in the pickup business strategy of the Detroit electric car company.
Source : Genk