A Tesla owner created a very cool electric car DIY project, the idea of this project is simple: combine a supercar and Cybertruck, what will happen? Will get a two-seater “CyberRoadster”.
Tesla owner David Andreyev plans to use a scrapped Model 3 Performance to build a Cybertruck-inspired next-generation Roadster, and he’s already taken the Model 3 Performance apart, but he hasn’t touched the motor or battery yet. In addition to Model 3 Performance parts, the CyberRoadster also uses parts from other Tesla models, such as the front bumper from the new Model S. A recent video shows that the rear bumper of the project car will also come from the new Model S.
The car’s body architecture is almost complete, but Andreyev still has a long way to go before the project is finished, and the CyberRoadster will need more time to complete, so look forward to it.