If the Cybertruck and the Batmobile ever had a love-child, this would be it.

Bulletproof, sledgehammer proof, enough torque to pull another car uphill, and faster acceleration than one of the fastest coupés in the world. To a layperson, that would sound like the feature list of a Batmobile, would it not?

I’ve honestly wondered what the Cybertruck design language would look like on other sorts of cars, and Khyzyl Saleem’s newest concoction seems to answer that burning question. Saleem’s redesigned Cybertruck assumes more of a low-slung racecar format, with wheels that are just as useful off-road as they are on the tarmac. All in all, Saleem’s redesign looks like the kind of vehicle I’d see Master Wayne sitting in, although it DOES lack that signature all-black paint job.

The redesigned Cybertruck assumes the avatar of an off-road roadster, although it retains the Tesla vehicle’s edgy bodywork. The lack of a truck-bed at the back allows the car to be slightly smaller, while the absence of a roof is made even more noticeable with the presence of a rear-windscreen. The car even comes mounted with fog-lights on the back, which seem to complement the vehicle’s massive wheels… I guess this Cyber-roadster is made for dealing with any sort of road conditions. Extra points if you noticed the hidden pair of rear-wheels, visible from the back.

Designer: Khyzyl Saleem

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The Apple Cyber Watch would probably get a double thumbs up from Elon Musk

This mechanically-textured CNC-machined titanium case makes your Apple Watch look like (and possibly be as strong as) the Cybertruck. Designed by the guys at Gray Inc., the watch-case gives the Apple Watch a certain sculptural quality that channels Tesla’s design aesthetic, opting for something more eclectic than Apple’s sleek aluminum styling. The Cyber Watch is equal parts rugged and modern, with an exterior that is as captivating as the watch’s UI and features themselves.

The Cyber Watch skin comes as a two-piece titanium structure that sandwiches the watch body in between, protecting it from both sides, while keeping the screen completely visible and the watch crown easy to reach. Each skin also comes with a complementary FKM® rubber strap that’s just as sculpted and beautiful to look at as the watch casing itself. You could opt for a Cybertruck-inspired raw metal finish, but there are also golden and PVD rainbow variants that are equally as eye-catching. Elon and XÆ A-12 would strongly approve.

Designer: Gray Inc.

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