Cybertruck with hologram wrap spotted making it look even more futuristic

A Cybertruck straight out of Cyberpunk.
  • A Reddit user spotted an unusual Cybertruck on the road
  • It was in a hologram wrap
  • The wrap made the truck look even more futuristic

Published on May 6, 2024 at 8:24AM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 7, 2024 at 9:36PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Nalin Rawat

The Tesla Cybertruck is undoubtedly the most talked-about EV — or pickup truck of this year.

Every EV and pickup enthusiast is talking about it — even those who already have one.

Recently someone also posted pictures of the Tesla Cybertruck in a hologram wrap cruising on the road.

To be clear, the minimalistic design of the stainless steel already looks iconic, but this hologram wrap makes it look entirely like something else.

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It all started when Musk started hyping up the Cybertruck, and everyone, as usual, took it seriously.

He made bold claims about the truck being bulletproof, apocalypse-proof, and having swimming abilities.

Interestingly, buyers worldwide tested everything.

Talk about being a hot topic.

Would you depend on the Cybertruck during an apocalypse?

Celebrities like Rick Ross even fired bullets at the truck to test how durable it is.

And some – well – decided to take it for a swim.

What else, you ask?

Well, it’s certainly not the first time we have seen a Cybertruck that stands out from miles away.

The post, shared on the Cybertruck subreddit, shows pictures of the pickup, which looks like a glitched-out video gaming character.

It’s interesting, unusual, and unique, all at the same time.

It’s like someone spilled some magic oil on the truck and it’s now a reflective piece of metal with a thousand colors.

The user, YondusFondu, who took these pictures was also in another car.

They did a remarkable job capturing high-quality photos.

Further, as you would have guessed, the photos sparked quite a long conversation among Cybertruck fans.

While some didn’t like it, others went head over heels to appreciate it.

You could say that’s just natural when it comes to Tesla’s most controversial vehicle.

The most upvoted comment reads, “I can’t, but I’m happy someone did.”

Another user said, “Awful. I love it.”

Well, it’s understandable.

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