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The futuristic styling of the Tesla Cybertruck has caught the attention of many render artists. But a new report claims that aside from the reservations, a high-profile Norwegian personality also wants to get his hands on Musk revolutionary truck. The electric pick up will be available starting next year. This list includes Aston Martin One-77, BMW i8, Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Aventador, Lykan HyperSport, Ferrari LaFerrari, and more.More news: Lyon bags five as Australia close in on 2-0
Despite launch day hiccups and a lot of poking fun at its looks, Musk has said that so far, more than 250,000 customers have signed up and put down a refundable $100 deposit for the Cybertruck, so it's garnering enough interest for at least that level of commitment.
Seeing the Tesla Cybertruck "in the wild" proves that Tesla is already well advanced in the development process and the vehicle is not just a simple concept.More news: No Time To Die's new teaser is packed full of action
Based on the posted image, the Justice Minister placed an order on the mid-range model of the Tesla Cybertruck with a dual-motor AWD variant.