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4 Eerie Comparisons to the Tesla Cybertruck

4 Eerie Comparisons to the Tesla Cybertruck

Posted on November 23, 2019

Category: Branding, Inspiration Box, Inspiration Gallery, Marketing, Product Design, Trends

Yep, it’s real.

Elon Musk’s newest vehicle launch has gone viral for its outlandish and bizarre design. Meet the Cybertruck:

 

Source: Tesla.com

The team here at DesignContest has a love-hate relationship with this vehicle design that looks to be straight out of a Mad Max movie (minus the dirt). It took just a few minutes for folks around the internet to start making comparisons and we have decided to compile a list of the four most resounding comparisons for your enjoyment.

Comparison #1. A cross between an El Camino and a DeLorean

Source: Twitter

Just look at the straight lines of the DeLorean combined with the length of the El Camino. We think that this comparison is spot on.

Comparison #2. The Lotus Esprit

 

Source: Twitter

The resemblance to this 1970s sports car is uncanny. The polygonal structure was originally inspired by Giorgetto Giugiaro‘s “folded paper” designs. Elon Musk was so inspired by the Lotus Espirit that he bought one in a 2013 auction.

Comparison #3. Cubism

Houses on the Hill Horta de Ebro by Pablo Picasso (1909)

Cubism was a period of art developed in the early 20th century that is characterized by monochromatism and overall strangeness. Can’t you see the Cybertruck appearing in one of Picasso’s cubist paintings?

Comparison #4. The Porygon

Source: Twitter

This one is a bit of a stretch, as it’s not a car, but we thought it was too good not to be included. Aptly named, the Porygon is a species of Pokémon that is created out of polygons and looks like a some kind of bird-like creature.

Conclusion

At first when we saw the Cybertruck we thought it was low poly video game rendering and not an actual truck. But we were both surprised and a bit distraught that this truck actually exists. According to Tesla’s website it looks like the vehicle will go into production in late 2021 so we still have time before we see these Frankenstein vehicles roaming the roads. So what are your thoughts? Do you LOVE the Cybertruck design or hate it?

Click here to vote in our Cybertruck Design Poll.

 

Top Biggest Motion Design Trends For 2018

Top Biggest Motion Design Trends For 2018

Posted on April 20, 2018

Category: Trends

There is no design without a proper movement. To turn your product into a client-oriented interactive unite, use the one kind of design that is all about engagement: motion design. DesignContest offers you to cast a glance at those motion trends that are appreciated this year the most.

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Yoga For A Logo Design

Yoga For A Logo Design

Posted on March 18, 2018

Category: Corporate Identity, Inspiration Box, Inspiration Gallery, Trends

Yoga logos should reflect peace and tranquility. There are so many options that it is often difficult to understand what logo design your yoga business should obtain. However, even if you have no ideas at all, DesignContest can help. Let us show you several great yoga logo designs created on our platform to inspire you for more.

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Spring Trends In Web Design For 2018

Spring Trends In Web Design For 2018

Posted on February 27, 2018

Category: Trends, Web Design

Want to catch up with the web design trends? Mission almost impossible. The thing is that trends in web design keep changing rapidly due to the fact that websites are always aimed at surprising users, holding their attention, and making them press the sacred call-to-action button. These spring trends in web design for 2018 will help you to understand what you should be targeted at.

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