There's no shortage of ideas coming from the mind of Elon Musk, which are fairly easily realized (no doubt thanks to a family fortune built on gems from a Zambian emerald mine).
The very wealthy, very creative entrepreneur seemingly dreams in science fiction; his latest project, the Tesla Cybertruck, is a Transformer-esque take on a more traditional pickup truck fashioned out of stainless steel and Tesla armored glass.
But even though the electric car boasts an exoskeleton that reportedly is made from the same metal alloy used for SpaceX rockets, it apparently needs its own particular type of garage to keep it safe. Enter: the "Cybunker."
The modular shelter, designed by New York-based studio Lars Büro, is meant to be an off-grid home for Tesla's off-road e-truck; in renderings, the angular, architectural structure is shown in the middle of a dusty clearing (probably somewhere along Route 66). Much like the Cybertruck, the studio's "Cybunker" is made of steel and armored glass.
The 1,800-square-foot hideaway is, first and foremost, designed to hold vehicles—like the Tesla Cybertruck—that don't fit in regulation garages. It's a staging area for the electric truck, featuring a "motherboard" in its belly that houses "utility and computer systems, cisterns, pumps, as well as a battery bank that stores all energy generated on the roof's seamless PV cladding," the studio explains.