(Mike Allen)

Like many of the ideas that spring forth from the mind of Elon Musk, his new Cybertruck implies that some substances were involved in its inception, if you know what I mean. When you own a pair of companies (Tesla Motors and SpaceX) that both have goals of pushing the envelope on new forms of transportation, I suppose you’re allowed to think way outside the box.

Speaking of boxes, this new Cybertruck model is very, uh, box-y. To call it polarizing would be accurate, but I’m guessing that’s the genius of it. Even the name “Cybertruck” seems odd and unfinished. People can’t stop talking about it, however.

I’m just going to come right out and say it: I like the Cybertruck. I think it’s weird and different. That’s probably the artist in me speaking, but really I wouldn’t mind seeing a bunch of these on the road. That said, I doubt that will happen in Oklahoma. The Cybertruck seems a little too “out there” for most of the truck-buying market, and it still isn’t totally clear how hauling a bunch of stuff in the bed will really work. I’m hoping to just see one, at some point.

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