Tesla's recently unveiled Cybertruck has sparked people's interest around the world. Some believe it's the next best thing since sliced bread, whereas others think it's a big step back in car design.
However, the Cybertruck is now among us, so we may as well get on board with it.
Moving away from personal opinions, the truck's boxy shape has raised a few eyebrows as people question its advertised ranges, wondering if its bizarre shape will constantly have the car fighting against air and vortexes.
So, as one does, an aerospace engineer decided to check for himself and ran the Cybertruck through a CFD simulation (computational fluid dynamics — a computer version of a wind tunnel). Here's what he found out.
An aerospace engineer couldn't bear the unanswered question of whether or not Tesla's new Cybertruck's aerodynamics worked well, so he tested it out for himself.