Tesla Cybertruck

‘Starship Pooper’: Hilarious New Names for Tesla’s Cybertruck

Let’s face it: The new Tesla Cybertruck looks — er — weird. And the internet loves it.

If you missed Elon Musk’s big reveal last night, Tesla unveiled its long-awaited electric truck. It represents a marvel of engineering and vision. And it may well signal a new era of multifunctional, all-terrain electric vehicles.

But none of that really matters right now, because everyone is stuck on how the Cybertruck looks. Love it or hate it, the Tesla pickup is undeniably unlike anything on the market today — or for that matter, ever. We asked our readers what they would name this futuristic automobile — and boy, you did not disappoint. Here are a few of our favorites — keep ’em coming!

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Better Names for the Tesla Cybertruck

  • Mystery Science Aztek 3000
  • Beep Boop Bop Truckitty Truck Truck Tron Tron
  • Delorean 0.5
  • Wedge E
  • Musk Ox
  • Polygon
  • Breakable
  • Vroomster McCracky Windows
  • The Model Why?
  • El Caminope
  • Megawatt
  • PWDC (Pinewood Derby Car)
  • Starship Pooper
  • Wedge Wagon
  • Abominus Prime
  • Door Stop
  • Tentagon
  • The Hexa-Wha
  • Kilowhat
  • Thing
  • The Millennial Falcon
  • My Third Grade Drawing
  • The Bankrupticon
  • The Elon Tusk

Got one of your own? Add it to our Instagram here or in the comments below!

Adam Ruggiero

Adam Ruggiero is the Editor In Chief of GearJunkie.

Adam has been covering daily news and writing about cycling, camping, hiking, and gear of all kinds for 15+ years. Prior to that, Adam lived in Hawaii and Puerto Rico, at which time he realized he’d never have a “normal job.” His pastimes — farming, bike racing, and fitness — provided a gateway to all manner of physical challenges and recreation outdoors.

Based in Kansas City, MO, Adam tests as much gear as he can get his hands, feet (and dog) into each and every day. As editor in chief, he works to maintain GearJunkie’s voice, style, and commitment to accurate and expert reporting across every category.