The design of Tesla Cybertruck still polarises people after almost a month from its launch. For those who are intrigued by it, the Cybunker envisioned by New York-based design agency Lars Buro appears as the perfect partner for the sci-fi looking truck.
Designed as a modular architecture, Cybunker can be deployed as a hi-tech depot, an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit) or an off-grid residence. It is clearly inspired by Cybertruck – from its wedged shape, the shade of the exterior down to its name – and similarly, its lateral windows are made of armoured glass that can withstand some of the toughest environmental conditions while offering panoramic views and ample sunlight.
The open, monocoque architecture of Cybunker allows for a 1,800 square-foot interior layout that can be freely customised for its usage, while 600 square-foot of the space is reserved as garage. From the rendering there’s a mezzanine floor which can be turned into a cozy bedroom should you want to use the Cybunker as a living space. The whole roof is cladded with solar panels so plenty of energy can be generated and stored in the battery bank.
Lars Buro intends to turn the concept into production and further details will be released next year.