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YouTuber replaces the DeLorean with Tesla’s Cybertruck in an iconic scene from & # 39; Back to the future & # 39;

YouTuber & # 39; Elon McFly & # 39; recreate an iconic scene from the 1985 film & # 39; Back to the Future & # 39; when replacing the DeLorean with Tesla Cybertruck

  • YouTuber recreated a scene from the 1985 film & # 39; Back to the future & # 39;
  • Elon McFly replaced the iconic DeLorean with a Tesla CyberTruck
  • The clip plays when Doc Brown shows Marty McFly that the car can travel in time
  • The Cybertruck disappears and leaves a plaque that says & # 39; LOL GAS & # 39;

Elon Musk said Tesla's Cybertruck is inspired by the 1985 film & # 39; Back to the Future & # 39; and that a YouTuber has replaced the iconic DeLorean with the fully electric vehicle for the new version of fans.

Created by the user & # 39;Elon McFly& # 39 ;, the short clip shows the Cybertruck accelerating to 88 mph before traveling in time.

The Tesla vehicle disappears in front of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown, leaving a bent plate that says & # 39; LOL GAS & # 39 ;.

The user managed to transform the Cybertruck into the DeLorean of the film, with a random wiring in the body of the vehicle and the illuminated buttons inside, Futurism reported.

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Elon Musk said Tesla's Cybertruck is inspired by the 1985 film & # 39; Back to the Future & # 39; and that a YouTuber has replaced the iconic DeLorean with the fully electric vehicle for the new fan version

Elon Musk said Tesla's Cybertruck is inspired by the 1985 film & # 39; Back to the Future & # 39; and that a YouTuber has replaced the iconic DeLorean with the fully electric vehicle for the new fan version

Musk recently revealed that part of Cybertruck's design came from DeLorean's Back to the Future, which was "a worldwide cultural phenomenon and the highest grossing film of 1985."

The short clips begin with Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown standing in a mall parking lot.

Brown looks at McFly and says: "When this baby reaches 88 miles per hour, you'll see a serious whore."

Turn on a switch on a remote control to power the Cybertruck and increase the speed until it reaches 88 mph, the speed needed for time travel.

Short clips begin with Marty McFly (left) and Dr. Emmett Brown (right) standing in a mall parking lot.

Short clips begin with Marty McFly (left) and Dr. Emmett Brown (right) standing in a mall parking lot.

Short clips begin with Marty McFly (left) and Dr. Emmett Brown (right) standing in a mall parking lot.

The user managed to transform the Cybertruck into the DeLorean of the film, with a random wiring in the body of the vehicle and the illuminated buttons inside

The user managed to transform the Cybertruck into the DeLorean of the film, with a random wiring in the body of the vehicle and the illuminated buttons inside

The user managed to transform the Cybertruck into the DeLorean of the film, with a random wiring in the body of the vehicle and the illuminated buttons inside

In a few moments, Tesla's vehicle flies by the two and disappears in a glow of flashing lights, leaving behind its license plate.

Cybertruck seems to be a success among the public, but Musk recently revealed in a podcast that he had doubts about how the public would perceive it.

The billionaire said & # 39; if nobody wants to buy this, we could always make one that looks like the other trucks & # 39 ;.

However, he continued explaining why people could fall into unconventional design, because it is & # 39; a tank of the future & # 39 ;.

The Tesla vehicle disappears in front of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown, leaving a bent plate that says & # 39; LOL GAS & # 39;

The Tesla vehicle disappears in front of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown, leaving a bent plate that says & # 39; LOL GAS & # 39;

The Tesla vehicle disappears in front of Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown, leaving a bent plate that says & # 39; LOL GAS & # 39;

Usk recently revealed that part of Cybertruck's design comes from the DeLorean in Back to the Future, which was "a worldwide cultural phenomenon and the highest grossing film of 1985."

Usk recently revealed that part of Cybertruck's design comes from the DeLorean in Back to the Future, which was "a worldwide cultural phenomenon and the highest grossing film of 1985."

Usk recently revealed that part of Cybertruck's design comes from the DeLorean in Back to the Future, which was "a worldwide cultural phenomenon and the highest grossing film of 1985."

“ Many reasons why people buy vans in the U.S. UU. They are because it is the baddest truck & # 39; & # 39 ;. What is the hardest truck? He said on the podcast. & # 39; Then & # 39; What is harder than a truck? A tank. & # 39;

The body of the all-electric truck is based on a 1976 Lotus Esprit sports car that Musk owned in 2013 and the rest of the design is inspired by the vehicles in & # 39; Blade Runner & # 39 ;, & # 39; Mad Max & # 39 ;, & # 39; Back to the future & # 39; and & # 39; Alien & # 39 ;. .

"You want to have these things that inspire people and feel different," Musk said during the podcast. "Everything else is the same, as variations on the same subject."

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