The new Tesla pickup is geared to make its first official appearance in two to three months, according to CEO Elon Musk.

Despite this, we’re still to see what the new utility vehicle could actually look like with only a vague teaser and a bunch of beautiful and impressive concept designs to consider as we wait for the official unit to arrive. What’s interesting is that all the concept design has actually made the waiting all the more exciting, especially since Musk described the new electric vehicle to be “cyberpunk.”

This means that the truck will be highly futuristic, something that traditionalist pickup owners might not actually like. So far we’ve seen versions that show massive metal beasts and more streamlined designs that are more in tune with the Tesla aesthetics. Now there’s an exciting new design concept that’s sure to appeal not only to Tesla fans but also to all sci-fi geeks: A Tesla Pickup concept that’s been designed by one of the artists of "Star Wars."

According to a report from InsideEVs, the design was created by Alex Jaeger who is the senior visual effects art director and concept designer for Industrial Light and Magic who has worked in big sci-fi films like "Star Wars II" and even "Men In Black." Jaeger is said to be a big fan of Tesla cars and even owns a Tesla Model 3 which he calls, Future.

Being a true Tesla fan, Jaeger created a concept of what he believes the Tesla pickup should look like and it is truly impressive. The design is cyberpunk, to say the least, and even fits Musk’s earlier statement that the pickup won’t be out-of-place in a "Blade Runner" movie.

In the design, one could see how the glass roof plays an important role in the truck’s overall aesthetics but per Jaeger it’s there only to showcase what the interior will look like. The front seat is visible closer to the vehicle’s front axle and the front lights are placed directly below the windscreen.

The elevation is definitely one of the most obvious, making the Tesla pickup design significantly larger than the Ford F-150 which was also drawn for comparison. The rear cab is large which fits Musk’s specification that the pickup should be as functional as the Ford pickup. Red lighting just above the cab adds a futuristic appeal the pickup design.

We still have a few months to go before we can actually see what the actual truck would look like but knowing Musk’s reputation we can assume as early as now that it’s going to be very different from other pickups available today.

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Fans will learn more about Tesla Cybertruck Pickup a few days from now as Elon Musk reveals that it is scheduled to be unveiled. Tesla Inc.