Bulletproof, sledgehammer proof, enough torque to pull another car uphill, and quicker acceleration than one of the quickest coupés in the world. To a layperson, that might sound like the characteristic list of a Batmobile, and a cybertruck. would it not not?
I’ve truely puzzled what the Cybertruck design language would appear to be on other varieties of cars, and Khyzyl Saleem’s most modern concoction seems to answer that burning question. Saleem’s redesigned Cybertruck assumes extra of a low-slung racecar format, with wheels that are just as useful off-road as they’re at the tarmac. All in all, Saleem’s redesign looks like the form of vehicle I’d see Master Wayne sitting in, even though it DOES lack that signature all-black paint job. Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche and Mercedes are the biggest names in the car industry. But this kind of cybertuck which is combined with the batmobile is one of the unique.
The redesigned Cybertruck assumes the avatar of an off-avenue roadster, although it retains the Tesla vehicle’s edgy bodywork. The lack of a truck-bed at the back allows the auto to be slightly smaller. While the absence of a roof is even extra great with the presence of a rear-windscreen. The vehicle even comes set up with fog-lighting on the back, which appear to supplement the vehicle’s huge wheels. I wager this Cyber-roadster is for managing any form of street conditions. Extra points in case you observed the hidden pair of rear-wheels, visible from the back.