It might be a case of pareidolia but the intense anticipation among Tesla faithful about the impending arrival of the Tesla Roadster 2020 triple motor, all-wheel drive, four-seater sports car -- which might even be able to "fly" -- is inducing visions of this machine in the strangest of places.

Pareidolia is the all too human tendency to see faces or familiar objects where there are none, and hidden messages in music where there aren't any. Think of the face of the Man on the Moon when you think pareidolia, or the image of Jesus Christ outlined on a piece of burnt toast.

Redditor "u/ajsayshello," who affirms he's a future Tesla EV owner, wrote he clearly saw the image of the Roadster 2020 while browsing through car loans on Bank of America’s (BofA) website. The BofA website carried the image of a red sports car that uncannily reminded him of the yet-to-be-released Roadster.

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This illustration of a vehicle on Bank of America's site has many asking if BofA is offering a car loan for the Tesla Roadster 2020. Bank of America's website/

Redditor u/ajsayshello shared a post on the r/TeslaMotors subreddit about this eerie resemblance. He swears the car on the BofA website video promoting auto loans is strikingly similar to Roadster. The video can be found on BofA’s “Auto Loan Rates” page.

“Taking this as a sign. Was shopping auto loans to purchase my M3 next month and the car illustration in this Bank of America video looks awfully familiar,” said the redditor.

This man's post immediately drew its fair share of comments.

Some echoed his opinion, saying they also saw the resemblance to the Tesla Roadster 2020. Someone even urged him to check his account balance and buy the $200,000 sports car instead.

Others said the website car couldn’t be the Roadster because the car in the illustration has mirrors, which the Tesla EV doesn't. This example of pareidolia might seem a bit much, but it goes to show how deeply ingrained this super EV is in the minds of some Tesla faithful.

The Tesla Roadster's special “SpaceX package” will be capable of rocketing from 0 to 97 km/h (0 to 60 mph) in 1.9 seconds. This feat will make it the fastest street legal production car in the world. Range will come to 620 miles.

Tesla has already been taking reservations for the $200,000 base version (with a $50,000 deposit) since late 2017. The first 1,000 Roadsters in the Founders Series will retail at $250,000.

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Pictured: The Tesla Roadster, the world's first highway-capable all electric car available in the United States, is displayed on its production debut in the Tesla Flagship Store on May 1, 2008 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Vince Bucci