Man who built Cybertruck out of wood for $15,000 has crafted entire collection of wooden cars

He has whittled away an entire fleet.

  • This Vietnamese-based YouTuber was famed for building a fully functional wooden Cybertruck – and Elon Musk’s response
  • But he actually has an entire fleet of wooden supercars
  • In fact he built three other cars over a 365-day period

Published on Mar 6, 2024 at 3:25PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Mar 6, 2024 at 3:25PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis

The same Vietnamese YouTuber who built a fully functional wooden Cybertruck for $15,000 actually has an entire fleet of wooden supercars.

As well as the Tesla Cybertuck that captured the attention and praise of non other than CEO, Elon Musk, Truong Van Dao built three other cars over a 365-day period.

Working alongside his son, in their own words they craft “stunning wooden cars that combine artistry with functionality”.

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Their claim is that their creations are a demonstration of “the bond of family love and the joy of woodworking”.

“From intricate designs to flawless engineering, we create visually captivating and fully functional wooden cars,” their YouTube captions read.

ND Woodworking Art is already an icon of the wooden car-making game.

After receiving a ton of requests from his subscribers, it was his Tesla Cybertruck crafted almost entirely from wood in 100 days that first caught the attention of both the internet and Musk himself.

He posted his wooden creation on X with a message for him.

“I am aware that Tesla has faced its share of challenges in bringing the Cybertruck to fruition. However, I maintain unwavering faith in your vision and the capabilities of Tesla,” he said.

“I hope to have the honor of gifting this wooden Cybertruck to you and Tesla, to wish you and Tesla continued success and maintain your position in the international arena.”

Musk actually responded, using just a few words as he is known to do.

“Sure, much appreciated,” he said.

YouTube/ND Woodworking Art

The entire process is simply mesmerizing to watch.

As well as his Cybertruck and creations for his young son, including a tank that shoots and wooden train for the children of his village to enjoy, he’s also turned his hand to other iconic cars.

These include a Ferrari GTO 250 and a Ford F-150 Raptor, Rolls Royce 6×6, STRV TANK – the latter three of which were made within the same year-long period as the wooden Cybertruck.

Now that’s what we call ‘productive’ – not unlike Tesla itself lately as it ups production numbers.

His creations are usually made entirely out of wood sitting on a welded metal chassis.

They’re a tad smaller than the originals, but come with all the bells and whistles.

They have opening doors, functional headlights and taillights and positionable rear view mirrors – even glowing logos and other intricate detailing.

He’s not the first to make a car out of wood or something less expected – like spider silk.

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