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Cybertruck inspired Tesla Model M bike is a bossy café racer

Cybertruck inspired Tesla Model M bike is a bossy café racer

This striking café racer bears the definitive character of the Tesla clan with its sharp aesthetics and bossy stance.

Be it the agonizingly close to reality Cybertruck dream, or the edgy charisma of the café racers, motorheads find it hard to resist such machines that inspire automotive designers to move ahead with their future iterations of automotive blueprints. The exponential population rise and the multifunctional transportation trend, have triggered an efficient and eco-friendly means of personal commuting. Motivated by this vision, designer Víctor Rodríguez Gómez has created the design for a Tesla-inspired electric bike which is the right mix of a trendy, yet retro fashioned two-wheeler.

Designer: Víctor Rodríguez Gómez

Having more than just a brief semblance of the Tesla Cybertruck, the Tesla Model M bike is made for the urban junkies as well as individuals who like to hit the serene hills on the weekends for an adventure or two. The leaning forward stance of the bike is adapted from the café racers, and the inclusion of geometric lines comes from those architectural trends.

Model M is designed keeping in mind the tight urban spaces, hence, the detachable handlebars make complete sense. The electronic kickstand makes the ride easy to park without any hassles. When it comes to adventure escapades, Tesla Model M has your needs covered. Right where the fuel tank of traditional bikes is, there is a detachable bag with its own battery that powers the lights and the multimedia system. The bag comes with its own start/stop system that acts as an anti-theft mechanism.

The hubless wheels radiate the futuristic character of the ultra-cool ride which emulates the Cybertruck’s steel gray color. Those headlights, swingarm and the seat follow suit with their intimidating stance that goes perfectly with the overall build of the bike. Keeping the futuristic theme going, the translucent digital display shows the current speed and real-time map for optimized navigation.

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