Get ready to witness the first Tesla Cybertuck on a winter off-road adventure.
While it seems like it’s taken forever since its initial debut into the EV world, the Tesla Cybertruck is finally here and they’ve been seen on social media driving on roads all around the country. And while many have been trying to be the first to do things like tint or a custom wrap, custom vehicle builder Dave Sparks (@HeavyDSparks) is taking things to a whole new level with how he’s prepped a Tesla Cybertruck for the ultimate winter adventure. Known for his support in helping with off-road recoveries and having fun in the Utah mountains with friends like David “Diesel Dave” Kiley, Cleetus McFarland, Whistlin Diesel, and Roman Atwood, Dave figured a Telsa Cybertruck on tracks seemed to be the perfect idea for more fun in the snow.
Dave and his team have prior knowledge of how to fit snow tracks on vehicles that wouldn’t normally need them, like a lifted ex-school bus that has since been converted into the ultimate snow cruiser. And just like that, the guys managed to custom-fit four extremely wide, traction-grabbing snow tracks on Elon Musk’s first Tesla truck. Now is the time to start thinking of your hypothesis when considering the outcome of an electric venturing through deep Utah snow. As we wait in anticipation for a HeavyDSparks YouTube video on this, we congratulate him on being the first to upgrade a Tesla Cybertruck with snow tracks. View all Tesla EVs currently for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking the link below.
Source: @heavydsparks Instagram