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As soon as the radical Tesla Cybertruck hit the interwebs, you know someone was going to jump on it with a LEGO version. A well-known LEGO superfan by the handle BrickinNick has created one with around 2,000 pieces in the hopes LEGO will pick it up for production. The first version was built during a 24-hour livestream on Twitch, and it’s now uploaded to the LEGO IDEAS page and aiming for the 10,000 votes required for LEGO approval. He now has over 3,000 votes after about a week and 599 days remaining, so we’re guessing he’ll nail it. The build captures the angularity and the apparently very challenging roof shape. Blocky for LEGOs is easy, angular, not so much. It even incorporates the front and rear light bars, huge fenders, and a working tailgate. As he gets more votes, BrickinNick will build an interior and the matching electric ATV. We hope he wins, lending just a bit of playful legitimacy to the Cybertruck with a bona fide LEGO kit.

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