A man has successfully developed an actual Cybertruck, and it is truly astounding.

James Hobson, better known as Hacksmith Industries, has developed a DIY Cybertruck with self-driving capabilities.

The crew just needed two months to construct the concept, which is a small, half-scale version inspired by Elon Musk’s Cybertruck.

The vehicle uses a Tesla charging connector and can even resist being shot at with an arrow, exactly like Musk’s.

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To develop the self-driving function, James and his colleagues tested the software on a remote-controlled vehicle.

When they had it perfected, they used the hardware in the Cybertruck.

Naturally, there were some bumps in the road, like the automobile almost going over a cliff, but the vehicle soon learned to drive itself without steering.

The second portion of the test involved setting up an obstacle course and having friends evaluate its skills while moving about.

“It feels like a bad amusement park ride,” a friend joked.

And, let’s face it, you’d need to be fairly daring.

People were impressed after the team posted a video on YouTube.

Someone said, “This Cybertruck looks better than the real production version.”

“A miniature cybertruck!” I love it!! I adore it since it’s geo metro big.”

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Hacksmith Industries is well-known for its wacky innovations.

Earlier this month, we told you how James and his colleagues constructed the ‘world’s first lightsaber.

The instrument can cut through metal and, at first view, resembles a glorified blow torch.

But it’s the closest thing to a ‘lightsaber’ we’ve ever seen, burning at 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit.

For years, the business worked on the concept, eventually achieving a retractable, plasma-based lightsaber in 2020.

“Every single component of these sabers was custom built, including electronics, gas transfer assemblies, switches, gas management elements, and the whole body of the main saber itself (which looks like a steam-punk sci-fi hybrid device in the best way),” Hacksmith Industries said in a press release.

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To construct the plasma-based design, the team modified their prior ‘proto lightsaber’.

“We re-engineered the nozzle and valve systems, and the fuel mix, in the hopes of creating ‘laminar flow’ in the gases, making an exceptionally clean, bright, and long/stable flame,” the company said.

“We can vary the color of the beam by introducing different salts into the plasma. For example, boric acid makes a green beam similar to Yoda’s lightsaber, sodium chloride produces a bright yellow like Rey’s, and strontium chloride produces a bright red for those who want to walk on the dark side.”

You seem to have an abundance of options.