PewDiePie Wants a Tesla Cybertruck Because It’s Basically a Halo Warthog

  • The new Tesla Cybertruck has caught PewDiePie’s attention.
  • Elon Musk’s latest creation looks exactly a Warthog from Halo, and the YouTube star is sold.
  • Unfortunately for Pewds, the newest Tesla could be years away from delivery.

Elon Musk unveiled the Tesla Cybertruck on Thursday evening to extremely mixed reviews. Though many critics harbor reservations about the new EV’s looks, YouTube giant PewDiePie thinks it looks like the Warthog from gaming franchise Halo.

And he can’t wait to get his hands on one:

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Source: Twitter

New Tesla Cybertruck Captures PewDiePie’s Imagination

Ever since Musk hosted PewDiePie’s famous “Meme Review” show, the YouTuber star’s admiration for the Tesla boss has been evident. So it’s no surprise that the zany Swede would fall in love with one of the billionaire’s most bonkers creations.

Adding to PewDiePie’s (real name Felix Kjellberg) interest in the Cybertruck is the fact that it reminds him of one of the most iconic vehicles in video game history, the Warthog from the epic Xbox space opera, Halo.

However, he may be disappointed that a machine gun turret is unlikely to come as standard or even an optional feature. Then again, if Elon Musk was going to build anyone a custom Tesla, it would probably be PewDiePie.

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Should Halo’s developers be annoyed that Elon Musk ripped off one of the franchise’s most iconic vehicles? | Source: Xbox Game Studios

Armed with 102 million subscribers on YouTube alone, PewDiePie’s influence is wide-reaching, and you can be sure there would be plenty of copycats to place their order alongside the social media star.

Elon Musk Won’t Be Delivering the New EV Anytime Soon

The big question for Kjellberg and other potential Tesla Cybertruck drivers is when the EV might be delivered.

Anyone can order Musk’s latest creation, but with the Model Y, redesigned Roadster, and Semi still in the pipeline, there is an obvious production logjam. Tesla is already manufacturing at a frantic pace with just…

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