You might be able to build your own Cybertruck if LEGO and Tesla fans have their way

Design rendering of the LEGO CybertruckLEGO Ideas
  • A Tesla fan as submitted a possibly functioning model of Elon Musk's new Cybertruck to LEGO.
  • The basic LEGO design currently only has a functional front truck and tailgate.
  • With LEGO's help, the model could be even motorised to be driven around.
Elon Musk's new Tesla Cybertruck has been called ' ugly as sin' and ' looks weird… like, really weird' — LEGO even posted a tweet to make its point. Yet, a LEGO Cybertruck set might be in the making and get shipped before the real Tesla Cybertrucks.

A Tesla fan — BrickinNick, who calls himself a 'Creative Lego Builder' — posted his proposed design of what a Tesla Cybertruck might look if built by LEGO on the company's Ideas forum.


The project needs 10,000 fans to vote in support of the design before LEGO even considers the undertaking. But, within three days, it already has around 2,000 votes with 603 days left on the docket.

Even Tesla has something to gain

"As a long-time electric vehicle (EV) fan, I was excited for Tesla to be bringing out their own 'Cyberpunk' inspired pickup truck. So much so, that I decided to build my own. Together, we can bring this crazy all-electric vehicle to LEGO fans all over the world," BrickinNick said in the product description.


Design rendering of the LEGO CybertruckLEGO Ideas

And, it's not just LEGO fans that have something to gain. It's good also be a good move for Telsa if the LEGO Cybertruck becomes a reality. According to Nick, Telsa's mission to boost the use of sustainable energy and LEGO Group's goal of leaving a position impact on the planet go hand-in-hand.

Design rendering of the LEGO CybertruckLEGO Ideas

"The striking yet fun design of this LEGO Cybertruck would be an amazing way to get kids and adults alike excited about EVs and all the good they can do for our environment," he said.

A LEGO Cybertruck that does more than just sit there

Unlike other designs of the Cybertruck on the Lego forum, Nick's design comes complete with a functional front truck and a tailgate, which opens and closes . But, if LEGO is at the reigns, the model might be able to do a lot more.

Design rendering of the LEGO Cybertruck's showing the tailgate openLEGO Ideas


With LEGO's support, it could have opening passenger doors, a full interior, a slide-out ramp, opening charging ports, steering, suspension, and even the Tesla ATV.

Design rendering of the LEGO Cybertruck where the front truck opensLEGO Ideas

"LEGO motorization could even turn this into a truly all-electric vehicle in brick form," he said, which means one could drive it around with a remote control.

But, as of now, it's only an idea. Hopefully, the first stainless-steel vehicle since the ill-fated DeLorean will soon have a LEGO version, which will also be a whole lot cheaper than $40,000.