Maybe you heard, but the Tesla Cybertruck will have a tough time fitting in a standard garage.

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This is the Cybunker by Lars Buro, and it's a space for you and your Cybertruck.

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The company told Roadshow the plan is to 100% put this structure into production.

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Lars Buro calls this a "high-tech depot" or an "accessory dwelling unit."

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Really, it's a super-fancy garage for the Cybertruck that someone can also live in.

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At the core of the Cybunker is a steel monocoque that the company says can withstand the harshest elements.

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The first portion of the structure measures 600 square feet with space for vehicles, equipment or whatever the owner wants.

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Beyond that, there's another 1,800 square feet for commercial use, an apartment or really whatever your cyber-loving heart desires.

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Honestly, it kind of looks like a place where a James Bond villain would hang out.

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You can even get a airlock installed on the structure and the windows are armored.

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The structure is self-sustaining, too, with solar glass on the roof.

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Pricing and availability should be released next year.

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