Tesla CEO Elon Musk recently gave additional details about the elusive Tesla pickup truck.

Ever since Musk said that the new vehicle’s design is something straight out of the movie “Blade Runner,” fans of the EV company have been coming up with possible and mind-blowing concepts of what the pickup could look like. In a recent podcast of Ride the Lightning, the Tesla CEO gave us new insight into what to actually expect.

“It won’t look like a normal truck. It’s gonna look pretty sci-fi, that means it’s not going to be for everyone. If someone wants a truck like trucks has looked for the last 20 years, 30 or 40 years, this probably isn’t for them,” Musk said.

What’s more, the outspoken CEO finally revealed that the teaser they showcased during the Model Y reveal is part of the front of the vehicle and not the back. Despite Musk’s claim of a sci-fi exterior for the Tesla pickup, he said that the vehicle will actually have the same functionality that’s reminiscent of Ford’s F-series trucks, particularly the F-150 model.

Musk also shared another surprise: the Tesla pickup truck is going to be fast — so fast that he said it will run better than other sports cars such as the Porsche 911.

“You’ve got to be able to get a really great truck for $49,000 or less. It’s gotta have incredible functionality from a load-carrying standpoint, look amazing,” Musk said. “The goal is to be a better truck than the F-150, in terms of truck-like functionality. And be a better sports car than a [Porsche 911].”
With this concept in mind, some still can’t wrap their mind as to how the pickup truck would look. Musk has reiterated that the Tesla pickup might not be for everyone although he has assured that people can use it the way they would any normal truck.

The Tesla pickup is also relatively affordable (at less than $50,000) but it’s no secret that the Tesla CEO is also quite enthusiastic about its design. This is a novelty that people looking at the EV variant could consider in the future.

“I actually don’t know if a lot of people will buy this pickup truck or not, but I don’t care. I do care, eventually… we wanna get gasoline, diesel pickup trucks off the road. If there’s only a small number of people that like that truck, I guess we’ll make a more conventional truck in the future. But it’s the thing that I am personally most fired up about,” Musk said after describing that the future Tesla pickup will have a cyberpunk feel.

Close up of Tesla logo on a charger at a Supercharger rapid battery charging station for the electric vehicle company Tesla Motors, in the Silicon Valley town of Mountain View, California, August 24, 2016. Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images