Elon Musk’s Tesla pickup is arguably the most interesting vehicle in the electric vehicle brand’s lineup, even if we’ve yet to see an actual full image of the new utility vehicle.

Musk’s controversial description of the truck as “cyberpunk” has inspired various concept designers to come up with their own version of the futuristic vehicle. We’ve seen a number of very impressive designs that have made waiting for the real deal actually more exciting. Turkish designer Emere Husmen released a number of futuristic renders that are quite exciting to look at. The result was a truck that’s so out-of-this-world that you truly feel that Tesla is bringing something very unique to the market.

Design renders of the truck’s interior were also made by combining some design elements from the Tesla Model 3 and Ford F-150, America’s best selling truck. Then we have designers who actually created their own Tesla pickup like Simone Giertz who transformed her Model 3 into a working version of the utility vehicle.

Now, a new Tesla concept design showcases a hybrid of the cyberpunk pickup and an actual war tank. The vehicle is basically more of a tank than an actual truck but it does bring to light Musk’s vision for the pickup, which is a vehicle that can be used not only to have massive towing power but also enough energy to power tools as well.

According to the video uploaded by Eric Strebel, the Tesla Tank could be fully electric or a hybrid vehicle that can also run on diesel. The tank has massive wheels and artillery and generally looks badass.

In hindsight, it does fit Musk’s vision of the Tesla truck looking right in place in a Blade Runner movie but we know that this is something that’s not likely to come into fruition in the near future.

Going back to the actual truck, 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 as Musk already claimed that it will have a total towing capacity of 300,000 pounds.

Tesla P for Pickup concept
Tesla P for Pickup concept Emre Husmen