Tesla fans and analysts are in for a treat this November since Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed that the new Tesla pickup is going to be more futuristic and “cyberpunk” than the amazing concept designs that tried to capture Musk’s fantastic vision.

Comedian Joe Rogan shared in his podcast the “Joe Rogan Experience” that he sent Musk copies of Tesla pickup concept designs that were created by Turkey-based designer Emre Husmen. Husmen’s designs started a slew of other design renders that aimed to capture Musk’s futuristic vision for the utility vehicle.

The pickup in the design concept is huge, so it’s easy to imagine six grown-ups fit inside the vehicle. The pickup’s bumper is also very futuristic with large wheels to complete its larger-than-life proportions, according to a report.

But here’s the kicker: Musk said upon seeing the design that the actual Tesla pickup is going to be “even more ‘Blade Runner’-esque.” Rogan himself liked Husmen’s design but after Musk’s comments, he believes that the Tesla pickup is going to be much better.

The Tesla pickup is possibly the most interesting vehicle in the electric vehicle brand’s lineup even if we’ve yet to see an actual full image of the truck.

The only clue we have seen so far is an obscure teaser that was showcased during the launch of the Model Y in March this year.

Musk’s controversial “cyberpunk” description of the truck has inspired various concept designers to come up with their own versions of the futuristic vehicle. We’ve seen a number of very impressive designs that have made waiting for the real deal actually more exciting.

The Tesla pickup is expected to have three kinds of trims in terms of design. The base model will have a price tag of around $49,000 to $50,000. It will also be a vehicle of power since Musk already claimed that it will have a total towing capacity of 300,000 pounds and could run up to 500 miles on a full charge.

The pickup, which is unofficially being referred to as the Tesla Model B, is enjoying genuine interest not only from Tesla fans but other pickup owners as well. This has made some analysts wonder how the Tesla pickup would fare against power brands such as Ford’s F-150 truck or new player Rivian.

Per Rogan, he believes that the Tesla pickup will be successful in the market and that “truck owners will get behind the product because it’s American-made.”

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