Six possible projects inspired by Tesla Cybertruck

With a little imagination, the hardened and bullet-proof alloy used for Tesla’s truck could come in handy to make some everyday objects and materials a bit more resistant: here’s some suggestions.

One of the main features of Tesla’s Cybertruck, the car Elon Musk unveiled in Los Angeles last November, is the reinforced steel the company’s using for the car’s “exoskeleton”. The reinforced material, originally made to be used on SpaceX rockets, is so hard that you can’t mold it into curved shapes, as proven by the uncanny angular design of the Cybertruck. If Tesla has been able to bend it (pun intended) to its will to make a car with it, though, wouldn’t it be possible to use it for other everyday objects as well? YankoDesign has come up with some interesting suggestions, from which we’ve picked six that look cool and, frankly, wouldn’t be too too much of a stretch for someone like Elon Musk—the guy who made and actually sold a flamethrower and called it “Not a flamethrower”.

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