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Tesla Pickup Truck imagined – love it or hate it?

Tesla is planning to unveil its electric pickup later this year and the design of the vehicle is probably the most mysterious than any vehicle in Tesla’s history.

Now, a car designer is trying to imagine what Tesla Pickup Truck look like — love it or hate it?

Tesla CEO Elon Musk bewildered many when he said that the Tesla Pickup Truck will have a ‘really futuristic-like cyberpunk Blade Runner’ design.

It hasn’t been clear what that will mean for the vehicle and Musk didn’t help when he released a very cryptic teaser image for the truck.

Many people tried to interpret the image with a bunch of interesting renderings.

Now, Turkey-based car designer Emre Husmen has produced a series of interesting renderings based on his own vision for a Tesla pickup truck (images via Behance):

What do you think about the renderings? Love it or hate it? Let us know through this poll:

Aside from the design, we already know quite a bit about the Tesla Pickup Truck’s specs after Musk sought suggestions about the vehicle in development and shared some of the targeted specs.

He talked about it being a 6-seater “big truck” with an option for 400 to 500 miles of range, “maybe higher”.

It’s set to be unveiled later this year, but the actual timeline to production is still unclear.

Electrek’s Take

I like it. A lot. I am not sure that it ticks the “cyberpunk Bladerunner” box, but it certainly ticks the “futuristic” box.

There are only a few aspects that I don’t like.

The front end could be more aerodynamic and I’d like to see an updated version that could maybe incorporate the design unveiled in the teaser image.

Based on some angles, it looks like the view out of the windshield and windows is very limited.

Other than that, I think it’s a solid design.

What do you think? Let us know in the comment section below.

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