McDonald’s and Tesla release Cybertruck-inspired McFlurry spoon

It's a real Tesla product, believe it or not.

by | Published on 8th Sep 2023

Tesla and McDonald’s have teamed up for a crazy Cybertruck-inspired item we’ve never seen before.

After the Cybertruck quad, cat bed and Cybertruck trailer, you can now buy a Cybertruck spoon – or Cyber Spoon, as they call it.

Our life is complete.

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Even though it definitely sounds like a fan made item, this is an official Tesla product.

Inspired by the same cyber-futuristic design language as the Cybertruck, you’re supposed to use the ‘Cyber Spoon’ for your McDonald’s McFlurry.

Mind you, some people may buy it to resell, considering only 50,000 spoons were created.

The McFlurry cup itself was redesigned to resemble the Cybertruck, and you also get a matching black case for the Cyber Spoon branded ‘Powered by Tesla’.

The finishing touch is a stamp on the handle that reads ‘Don’t Panic‘, a reference to Douglas Adams’ novel ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’.

The Cyber Spoon is available in China, and it costs ¥30 RMB – or $4.

It’s not the first time somebody has used the Cybertruck as inspiration for a rather unique item.

Most of these products are made by fans of the brand, such as the Cybertruck camper and the Cybertruck-inspired motorcycle.

But on more than one occasion, Elon Musk and Tesla themselves came up with some crazy left-of-field ideas.

Just to name a few, there’s the Tesla Tequila, Tesla GigaBier, and of course the Cybertruck cat bed.

As for the Cyber Spoon, we’ll leave it up to you to decide whether it’s cool or not.

The only thing that’s certain is all these Cyber ‘things’ are fueling the crazy hype surrounding the Cybertruck.

At the time of writing, we still have no delivery date or a price.



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