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Cybertruck makes its way into GoldenEye 007

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Those are some great 64-bit graphics. 

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When Tesla CEO Elon Musk debuted his company's new Cybertruck on Nov. 21, many poked fun at the blocky electric vehicle. Even Lego got in on the fun. Some mentioned how the Cybertruck looked like it was made with the Nintendo 64, and now one dedicated memer has modified an iconic game to include the futuristic vehicle. 

YouTuber Graslu00 uploaded a video Wednesday featuring the car in the 1997 N64 classic GoldenEye 007. The short clip includes a blocky Musk who offers James Bond his Cybertruck, which looks spot-on in the modified game. Bond then rides the truck through the streets of St. Petersburg instead of the tank you usually drive in that level. 

It's fitting to see the Cybertruck in a James Bond game, since it was based on a vehicle from a James Bond film. Musk tweeted on the day of the truck's debut that the unique design was partly influenced by Lotus Esprit S1 used in the movie. 

Eager Cybertruckers have placed more than 250,000 preorders for the angular pickup since its debut. They've each put $100 down to reserve the $39,900 truck when it goes into production in 2021.

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