When customers said they wanted something sleek and sexy, they didn't mean by 1997 standards.
This is a pretty sweet ride if you're trying to be Batman on a budget.
This person is implying it looks like it came from a Playstation 2, which is absurd... this is clearly super early PS1 at best.
Connect the lines... fill in the color with the paint bucket... cool, that'll be $69,420 please.
The only thing this truck doesn't look like is a decent idea.
You know you messed up when your car looks more old-fashioned than one that came out in the mid-'80s.
This is appropriate since this shape of ride only appeals to people prior to their potty training.
This is meta, as it appears the Cybertruck was actually designed after the place its design should have wound up in the first place.
Honestly, you can tell me and I won't even be able to tell the difference.
It truly is uncanny how it can be inserted into any outdated '90s game and still look like it has the weakest graphics on the screen.
This is obviously from the first Halo, as the pixel count was way more advanced as early as the second game.
Well, at least they designed it after the more evolved creature, but for aesthetics, we're not sure that was the right move.
The supposedly un-shatter-able glass shattered... what a twist!
This should've been the car in Back To The Future, because it's somehow futuristic while also being dated like a car truly out of time.
It turns out Joe Rogan is the man truly responsible for this debacle.