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The world's first Police Cybertruck is now ready for patrol and people are divided

The world's first Police Cybertruck is now ready for patrol and people are divided

Police chases won't be the same with these bulletproof beasts.

It wasn't long before Cybertrucks were rolling out onto US roads.

There was a divide among its fans whether it was as good as it was demonstrated by Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

However, it wasn't without its fair share of issues. Some users reported issues with its costs of repairs or charging curve.

Whilst, others risked driving the vehicle through water or took a baseball bat to it to test its advertised 'bulletproof' steel exterior.

If seeing the public driving Cybertrucks wasn't scary enough enough, the sight of police Cybertrucks might be the one.

On social media platform X, users have been sharing clips and pictures of these potential law enforcement vehicles.


User @AlSultan_Meriam posted: 'I would get a literal heart attack seeing that behind me

'I may also get a heart attack out of excitement seeing this on front of me'.

Dalton Brewer also shared an image alongside the caption: 'World’s first Police Cybertruck'.

However, people are mixed in their feelings towards the huge electric vehicles.

Some praised the idea replying: 'Wow... This is impressive! Looks so good!' and 'Awesome addition to any department'.

Others were less enthusiastic and commented things like 'Ugly as sin' or just reposted the photos with vomiting emojis.

To be honest, it's looking like a strange crossover of Need for Speed and Cyberpunk.

Some see it as a gateway to future robot law and cops, with one commenting: 'Traffic stops are going to be quite electrifying in the near future with #Optimus @Tesla bots taking charge of law and order.'

The vehicle has in fact designed by Unplugged Performance, or UP.FIT, which specialises in customised vehicles for law enforcement, i.e. converting Tesla vehicles into police units.


The company has already outfitted a few Teslas for several police departments so don't be alarmed if you start seeing these cruisers on the road.

The vehicle is equipped with police lights on the roof, bumpers, and sides. UP.FIT has also added sirens, a PA loudspeaker system, and upgraded radio and computer systems, along with other necessary integrations for a police cruiser.

'The UP.FIT Cybertruck Next-Gen Patrol vehicle represents a significant engineering leap into the future, and we’re excited to offer law enforcement agencies the future of policing,' wrote Ben Schaffer, CEO of Unplugged Performance.

'We’ve been thrilled with the direct feedback from police departments that have participated in our Cybertruck development, and we look forward to deploying these complete UP.FIT vehicles to law enforcement agencies across the nation this year.'

Featured Image Credit: UP.FIT