Independent renderings of designer Victor Rodriguez Gomez got into the Network. He created a bike of the future in the style of Cybertruck.
Rodriguez’s brief information about the project is simple and clear. He says that “in the near future, exponential population growth together with the culture of mass consumption will mean the need for multifunctional, efficient and environmentally friendly means of individual transport.”
The “Tesla Model M” could certainly serve that purpose if it were ever produced. The design sketches show that the electric motor will be located very low in the chassis with the battery directly above it. Wheels without a hub make it clear that you are not looking at an ordinary bike.
Folding handles give the bike a super-smooth look and resemble the retractable handles that can be found on every Tesla in the current lineup. The taillight also serves as a clear designation of the name of the electric torch, since it forms a bright red letter M.
“Most of the bike is a removable storage that can be used as a backpack.”
It also has a start/stop button, so when removed it serves as a means of protection against theft.
Recall that Tesla itself registered the term Cyberpack as a trademark. This is noteworthy because another Tesla fan has already created a backpack that mimics some elements of the Cybertruck style. So a whole family may well grow out of this trade name.