Elon Musk's Cybertruck from Tesla Is Straight Out of Blade Runner and James Bond - Cybertruck from Tesla

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The electric Cybertruck from Tesla, led by SpaceX's Elon Musk, was revealed on Nov. 21, 2019. (Image credit: Tesla)

The smooth silver lines of "legitimate truck of Mars" from Tesla, drove by SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, appear as though they're straight out of sci-fi. 

The Tesla and SpaceX organizer uncovered his new "Cybertruck" Thursday (Nov. 21) in an occasion webcast from SpaceX's rocket plant, refering to impacts from James Bond's "The Spy Who Loved Me" and saying on Twitter that the pressurized form could move on the Red Planet sometime in the not so distant future. Indeed, even the hardened steel is a similar stuff Musk is utilizing in Starship, he said during the occasion. 

In any case, there's another off-planet impact that has a nearby appearance to the Cybertruck. 

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The electric Cybertruck from Tesla, led by SpaceX's Elon Musk, was revealed on Nov. 21, 2019. (Image credit: Tesla)

That is none other than the flying vehicles of "Cutting edge Runner" (1982) and its spin-off, "Edge Runner 2049" (2017), two films that included space cyborgs in their varied cast of characters. Musk has considered his vehicle the "Sharp edge Runner truck" on a few events, as per Forbes. 

The Spinner – the flying vehicle configuration found in these movies, for the most part guided by Los Angeles cops – are silver machines with obtuse edges that can float and take off vertically like a F-35 contender stream. Sufficiently clever, Musk's discharge date of Nov. 21 pleasantly harmonizes with the anecdotal occasions of the 1982 motion picture's plot, which are set in November 2019. 

The Spinner was compelling to such an extent that its plan affected autos noticeable in "Back to the Future II", various "Star Wars" prequel films and "The Fifth Element", as indicated by the Blade Runner wiki fan site. 

You can Order a Cybertruck now, however the electric vehicle won't be accessible until late 2021. 

This isn't the first run through Musk has gone to sci-fi to help direct the improvement of items at his organizations. 


The electric Cybertruck from Tesla, led by SpaceX's Elon Musk, was revealed on Nov. 21, 2019. (Image credit: Tesla)

SpaceX's Falcon rocket family, the Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy, were named after the famous Millennium Falcon from the "Star Wars" films. The Dragon rocket was named after Puff the Magic Dragon (indeed, that tilts more toward dream) and the seaward droneship landing stages utilized by SpaceX are named after the aware ships in "The Culture" sci-fi books by Iain M. Banks.


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