Engineers have done it again. They have created, developed and engineered an absolutely fantastic kit that can turn Tesla’s Cybertruck into a James Bond-style water-going catamaran at the drop of a hat! It is the brainchild of US-based materials scientist Anthony Diamond.
It will be very convenient to operate as its parts are designed to be stored within the Cybertruck. They are east to use and can be installed again in less time to launch a boat.
The vehicle is in part influenced by the 1976 Lotus Espirit S1 from ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’. Diamond says that the ability to take the Cybertruck out onto the water will be like living a dream in reality.
Though a futuristic concept, it has the potential to become a must-have item for everyone who believes in living their dreams.
The accessory kit allows you to outrig the Cybertruck with lowerable pontoons and electric outboard motors. This gives the Cybertruck a speed of 25 mph on the water — or 40 mph if you opt-in for the added hydrofoils
An advanced model dubbed the ‘Cybercat Foiler’ also comes with hydrofoils, allowing the Cybertruck to exceed 40 miles per hour (64 kilometres per hour) by rising its body out of the water for improved hydrodynamics.
It is expected that there will be approximately 1.3 million Cybertruck reservations the year it will be launched signaling a huge market potential for the vehicle.