Elon Musk has taunted the Internet with his brand new tweet of Tesla’s new electric pickup truck. The picture doesn’t give a lot of details though; however, Elon has declared the Tesla fans that it will not look like any conventional truck. We won’t expect anything less than awesome.
Designers from all over the world are busy using their skills to interpret the Elon’s teaser tweet in and order to render what the upcoming vehicle will look like as per their vision and creativity. Among these designers is Emre Husmen, a Turkish designer who has come up with a concept for the electric pickup truck. The concept has gone viral.
It is called Tesla Model P, Husmen gives up with different concepts in different colors of the electric pickup truck. The design features a hammerhead look and showcases a huge futuristic update to any pick-up truck.
The Husmen Tesla electric pickup truck has a bulk of the design language that was seen in the Model X. It has a solid signature front with fenders that move into an elegantly streamlined windshield and roof. The front and tail lights are sleek and fantastic. They mash into the angular curves of the electric pickup truck. The idea is not only beautiful but clean as well, and we won’t be shocked if it turns out to be comparable or close to real life design.
The ultimate design, however, which is still unknown while there are rumors that the electric pickup truck might be making its appearance by the end of 2019. Musk has suggested a few specs on Twitter saying that it would be a 6-seater while being large and heavy or to use the official language, ‘big enough that Andre the Giant’ will be able to sit in the front seat comfortably. Tesla’s pickup truck will reportedly have a range of 400-500 miles and a towing capability of 300,000lbs. A double motor all-wheel-drive powertrain with a dynamic suspension will also be considered standard on the truck.