CT with a hood scoop

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I’m thinking of installing a hood scoop on my CyberTruck just to confuse people. Would that be tacky?
If you stick it on with contact glue it would be tacky at first. :cool:

So long you don't cut holes in it and it's removable you can always try it out to see how you like it. Might stuff up your aerodynamics a bit, and if you did make a hole, which is pointless to do, you will cause some water ingress problems in boat mode etc.
 


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Just my personal opinion, but really? All the trappings of regular-ass ICE burners? C'mon, Cybertruck is way too badass, sleek and futuristic to wear any of that stuff. It is funny to think about, but no way am I filling up my CT with fufu-berry shit. We have to be better than this.
 

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Just Make a fake cybertuck , use cardboard tape, glue, lots of silver or stainless steel paint.
You don't have to wait.... LOL

Tesla Cybertruck CT with a hood scoop fake cybertruck
 


 




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