Love it or hate it, no one can deny the Cybertruck has made an impact. Months after its debut literally shattered expectations, Telsa’s all-electric polygonal pickup is still sending ripples through the design world and inspiring all manner of curve-averse creations. There’s been plenty of tongue-in-cheek trolling—remember Lego’s Brickmobile?—a little heartfelt honoring, and some straight-up replicating. Below, we’ve pulled together all the weird and wonderful designs inspired by Elon Musk’s polarizing four-wheeler.
Anicorn’s Cybertime Watch
It was just a matter of time before the Cybertruck’s sharp angles infiltrated the watch world. Anicorn‘s LAB division just announced that it’s developing a conceptual timepiece based on Musk’s new baby. Dubbed Cybertime, the watch features a geometric touch screen that, when pushed, illuminates a red-light interface. It’s all stainless steel, of course, and sans curves—just like the Cybertruck. Like something out of the ’80s version of the future, time is displayed in vertical digits. Anicorn is currently accepting $250 pledges, and once it hits 50 orders, the Hong Kong-based brand will begin manufacturing the product.
Pushka Garage’s Cybertruck Replica
An ingenious group of Russian designers developed this faux-Cybertruck and they’re selling it for just under $11,000. “We decided not to just repeat the project, but to make it in the style of ‘Pushka garage,’” the team shared via YouTube. That “style’” involves ripping apart a Russian LADA hatchback and reassembling the pieces to form a hodge-podge Cybertruck. With a Tesla logo on each hubcap, the same chrome color palette and the full-bumper brake signal, there are certainly some similarities. But unlike Musk, they still haven’t worked out the doors and passengers have to get in and out through the hatchback. Still, at nearly $30,000 less than the cheapest Cybertruck, it may be worth the struggle.
MyElectronics Cybernuc Stainless Steel Computer Case
Crafted from stainless steel, this computer case closely mimics the shape of the Cybertruck. It can comfortably house any NUC (Next Unit of Computing) measuring 4×4 inches which can be affixed with the two supplied screws. Cabling can be lead through an opening at the back, or through the bottom temporarily. The ingenious design even boasts head and tail lights with white and red LED lights and the makers jokingly state that “Bullets will not harm any glass.” Cybernuc is manufactured by MyElectronics in the Netherlands, but you’ll be happy to learn that shipping is free worldwide.
Modern House’s Cyberhouse
There’s no use parking a Cybertruck outside any humdrum suburban home—you need an abode which is equally futuristic. Also, the Cybertuck doesn’t fit into a standard garage. Thankfully, a team of architects at St. Petersburg-based Modern House has designed a hulking structure for diehard Tesla stans. The expansive home boasts 3,230 square feet of living space across two levels and can comfortably house up to seven adults. Its angular exterior is made of concrete encased in heavy-duty steel, and the premises features armored windows and dense doors that act as airlocks to keep any Cybertruck haters out. Right now, the Cyberhouse is just a concept, but that could always change.
Lars Büro’s Cybunker
Elon Musk has been waxing lyrical about the impenetrable nature of the Cybertruck—despite botching the bulletproof demo on stage—so it’s no surprise a bunker has segued onto the scene. New York-based design firm Lars Büro has announced that it plans to put its Cybunker into production. Measuring an initial 600 square feet, the modular structure can be expanded an additional 1,800 square feet and is designed to be used as “a hi-tech depot, an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit), or an off-grid residence.” The structure is currently in the engineering phase and the company hopes to announce pricing, final specs and availability later this year.
This Dad’s Cybertruck Toy
We threw this one in just for kicks and because we thought this Dad’s sheer creativity deserved an honorable mention. Earlier this week, Chap Ambrose shared a tweet showing a mini-Cybertruck toy which he had fashioned for his daughter. Clearly fed up with the standard-issue Hot Wheels and inspired by Tesla’s design, the developer, designer and entrepreneur created an incredibly detailed model from a slab of steel. Ambrose called out Musk on Twitter to see if he wanted his own pocket pickup, but the Tesla CEO has not yet replied. You can watch the full creative process via this mesmerizing video.