Unlike Elon Musk, it took only 100 days for Truong Van Dao and his team to build a fully functional wooden Tesla Cybertruck.
The wooden car was made just for Elon Musk. On the ND-WoodArt account, Mr. Dao wrote a letter to Tesla’s boss.
In the post on November 3, he wrote: “Dear Mr. Elon Musk, I am a passionate content creator with a deep love for wooden cars and admire both you and Tesla very much. Over the years, I started several There are wooden car projects to accumulate valuable experience. And today I launched a car that I am very impressed with, Cybertruck. It is also the car that many viewers like and want me to build.
I learned that Tesla faced many challenges in bringing the Cybertruck to life. However, I have always believed strongly in his vision and Tesla’s capabilities. I am confident that this particular car will ultimately be successful.
I hope I have the honor of presenting this wooden Cybertruck to you and Tesla, and I wish you and Tesla continued success and maintain your position in the international arena.”
About 12 hours later, Elon Musk actually noticed and left a response: “Sure, I appreciate it.”
Not only Elon Musk, one of the accounts related to Tesla, SpringTesla, was green ticked, he responded: “As said, Mr. Musk is very interested in genuine content creators, especially Tesla related .Great job!”.
After reading Elon Musk’s response, Mr. Dao was waiting to receive instructions from the Tesla CEO to dispatch the wooden Cybertruck.
The process of making a wooden cart is carefully described in a video posted on the YouTube channel ND – Woodworking Art. To date, the video has been viewed 280,000 times. Additionally, the video was also shared and posted on the TikTok account, garnering a total of 50 million views after 4 days.
How is a wooden version of the Tesla Cybertruck made?
The process of building a wooden Cybertruck begins with welding the metal bars that make up the vehicle’s frame. After that, Mr. Dao installed the suspension system, steering system, disc brake and electric motor
In addition to the metal frame, they used wood to create the pickup’s shell and interior. The lines cut on the body look very beautiful and match each other. Not just stopping at the frame and shell, the wheel set is also made of wood and emulates the design of the original
The caution in the Tesla Cybertruck construction project also brought the excitement of fans of this car model to its peak, when a wooden ATV off-road vehicle appeared, similar to the one Tesla introduced with the Cybertruck.
What does the foreign media say?
After the video about the process of making a wooden Tesla Cybertruck appeared on the channel, many foreign newspapers published articles about the car.
famous technology site Ubergizmo Wrote: “The exterior stands out in light wood, certainly making the wooden Tesla Cybertruck a unique creation.” American Automobile Magazine torque news “Amazed by the amazing talent of a few individuals”. Page self development We really hope that the wooden version will appear on the handover date of the real version.
Even the car page has more than 3 million subscribers carb Even appreciate the wooden version more than the real one (based on the information and images available so far).
The article describes carefully measuring and cutting the wooden shell, which accurately reflects the Cybertruck’s rugged, angular design. In particular, the site commented that there are less gaps in the body compared to test versions of real road-going cars.
In fact, Tesla faced many difficulties in developing the Cybertruck from a sample product to a commercial product. Recently, Elon Musk himself admitted: “We dug a hole for ourselves with the Cybertruck”.
What he was talking about was the complexity of mass producing a car with a unique shape. The Tesla Cybertruck is equipped with tempered glass, the body is made entirely of cold-rolled stainless steel, up to 3 mm thick, and is advertised as bulletproof and waterproof.
Since the prototype was introduced in 2019, Tesla has received nearly 1 million orders for this car model. The first deliveries will take place at the end of November with a very small number of vehicles.
It’s unclear whether this milestone is guaranteed, as Elon Musk has repeatedly pushed back the delivery of the Tesla Cybertruck. At least now he has a model in his hands, even if it’s made of wood instead of steel.
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