Tesla Cybertruck Transformed: DeLorean Tribute with Futuristic Twist

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Tesla Cybertruck Transformed DeLorean Tribute with Futuristic Twist

Every aspect of it screams Tesla Cybertruck, from its behavior to its appearance, yet it carries the unmistakable aura of the iconic DeLorean from “Back to the Future.” Someone had the ingenious idea of morphing this pickup truck into the famous Hollywood car, and the result is nothing short of remarkable.

The Tesla Cybertruck bears an uncanny resemblance to the DeLorean DMC-12, sharing the same stainless steel body and futuristic angular design. The DeLorean DMC-12 gained fame in 1985 when it starred in “Back to the Future.”

Tesla Cybertruck Transformed DeLorean Tribute with Futuristic Twist

Despite being born almost four decades apart, these two vehicles share striking similarities. To accentuate this resemblance, an aftermarket firm undertook the task of modifying the Cybertruck’s appearance to mirror the iconic car from the blockbuster.

The front end of the Cybertruck now proudly displays the “OCD” lettering, reminiscent of the “DMC” emblem that once adorned the DeLorean’s grille. This transformation was executed by OCDetailing, the firm responsible for the makeover.

Colorful wires adorn various parts of the truck, particularly the front fenders, while the rear fenders and sides of the load bed feature a wrap depicting time-traveling machinery, each with a unique pattern. To add authenticity, the tonneau cover is wrapped in a film showcasing the trash compactor seen in the DeLorean.

Although the original DeLorean ran on a rear-mounted V6 engine, the Cybertruck Foundation Series boasts impressive figures with its dual-motor setup generating 845 horsepower and a staggering 10,296 pound-feet of torque.

Despite being an electric vehicle, the Cybertruck now sports four exhaust tips, albeit merely as a wrap, along with DeLorean-inspired boosters at the rear. Even the registration plate at the back reads “Outa time,” teasing its fictional time-traveling capabilities.

In a playful comparison last October, a DeLorean DMC-12 was parked alongside a Cybertruck RC (Release Candidate) to highlight their resemblance, further solidifying the Cybertruck’s transformation into a modern-day DeLorean.


By Park-Shin Jung

I am Park-Shin Jung. I am a professional content writer for cars.

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