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Looks pretty awesome. Kind of like a RAM, or maybe even some type of Rally truck from the Dakar rally.






 

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Can't say i'm a fan but this new rendering brings in some interesting perspective

This is what the rendering artist had in mind "I am a huge Tesla fanboy and have seen a lot of Tesla Pickup truck concept work. I wanted to try my own using the teaser image from the Model Y unveiling and see what I could come up with. It's futuristic but I'd be happy to drive one. Franz & Elon - feel free to send one my way. XOXO "

 

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With as little we know about the Tesla pickup "at this time" and discussing them as competition to Rivian seems a little of putting the cart before the horse. We do know what the Rivian pickup looks like and what brand of consumer they're targeting. We don't have a clue at this point what Tesla intentions are with their outrageous rendering and an old quote from Elon that "it’s gonna be like a really futuristic-like cyberpunk, “Blade Runner” pickup truck."
 

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Here's another rendering of the Tesla pickup that I saw on Facebook. The front light shares similarities to the teaser photo Elon Musk shared back in March.

 

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Finally someone rendered what the Model B's (if it will actually be called that) interior could potentially look like. It uses design cues mainly from the Model 3 and F-150 to create something I think would look great in production form.

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From The Rendering Artist:
"There are almost NO renderings of the Tesla Pickup interior. I made this one to guess how it will look. There are no teaser images or clues, so that made it challenging. I based it off of the Tesla Model 3 and Ford F-150, America’s best selling truck. My interior rendering is more Tesla Model 3 than F-150, but I did try to add some of the F-150's truck-like design. Go to drivabledesigns.com to see automotive design news, design battles, drawings and more!"
 

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Finally someone rendered what the Model B's (if it will actually be called that) interior could potentially look like. It uses design cues mainly from the Model 3 and F-150 to create something I think would look great in production form.

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From The Rendering Artist:
"There are almost NO renderings of the Tesla Pickup interior. I made this one to guess how it will look. There are no teaser images or clues, so that made it challenging. I based it off of the Tesla Model 3 and Ford F-150, America’s best selling truck. My interior rendering is more Tesla Model 3 than F-150, but I did try to add some of the F-150's truck-like design. Go to drivabledesigns.com to see automotive design news, design battles, drawings and more!"
I can definitely see them keeping the same interior aesthetic as the Model 3 and Model S, where everything is designed around the center screen.
 

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Now its believed the Tesla Pickup might be the vehicle in the following image Elon tweeted. Of course its far from pickup we typically see but when you combine those expectations along with "futuristic personnel carrier" design cues, it should bring you close to the real thing:


So the Tesla pickup is going to look like a lunar rover?
 

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Some more fun renderings have come out although far from reality.

This one from a 13 year old:

"Joshua Thompson is a 13-year-old designer, artist, car enthusiast, and creator and author of DrivableDesigns.com. When he is not working on a project, he enjoys spending time with his four siblings, playing Minecraft, and bicycling.

Joshua drew this new Tesla Pickup rendering based on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's recent description. Musk said the truck will look like an armored personal carrier (APC) from the future. Joshua used an image of an APC and the Tesla Pickup teaser for reference and basic sketch pencils to complete his drawing. After the drawing was complete, he transformed it into a digital rendering using Autodesk Sketchbook."


 
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