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It does not drive
lego briccc cyber truk
@Nerfenthusiast artificial *
How do you get windows
cybertruck logic: lower graphics makes it go faster
@Nerfenthusiast what says the definition for an aesthetically pleasing car is curves?
But most cars look more natural because of the lack of many straight lines and curves rather than all straight lines and hard edges @ThePilotDude
@Nerfenthusiast well of course it looks artificial, it's an inanimate object
I agree @Nerfenthusiast
With all the straight edges it just looks to artaficial @ThePilotDude
@Nerfenthusiast well that's personal opinion, not proven fact. I'm just pointing out that the truck has functionality. You can say what you want about it, but at the end of the day, that's just your opinion.
I do if it looks terrible @ThePilotDude
@Nerfenthusiast it has good carrying capacity (not amazing by any stretch, but comparable to light-medium pickups), but besides that, the whole point of the Cybertruck was to make something that looked completely different from anything else, and I like that, who cares if a pickup looks like an SUV
They call it a truck but it looks like an suv @ThePilotDude
"Hit it with a hammer."
Sometimes the wheels get stuck in the ground when you reload it @Bo123
Whats pusher for?
Quick throw a rock at it!!
@LUCIFERsid there not lights, There fuel tank parts painted to be very bright
How did you used the lights continuously like a long strip?
no I ment starship cause they sent a roadster up in the falcon heavy so why not send it up in a starship