I got tired of waiting for Tesla to release their pickup truck, so I made my own. And I named it Truckla. WATCH HOW WE BUILT IT: https://youtu.be/jKv_N0IDS2A
Awarded Best Fake Truck of 2019
"In a class of its own. Not a great class, but definitely its own" - Road & Smack
“It looks great sweetie” - My parents
Get your very own Truckla t-shirt: https://teespring.com/stores/simone-giertz-store
Patreon supporters get 20% off merch! We're also giving away keychains made out of Truckla: https://www.patreon.com/simonegiertz
It truly took a village to make this project happen. You should hire/follow all these people because they’re smart and skilled and funny too:
Ryan Kalb, build team:
Jacquelyn Marker, director:
Rose Kang, editor for the Truckla commercial:
Jackie Grieff, editor for the Truckla build video:
Scott Sorensen, camera operator:
Will Nail, camera operator:
Yvette Solis, preproduction, director:
Ross Huber, mechanical engineer:
Nathan Azhderian, build team:
Asa Martinez, drone operator:
Zack Wright, sound mix:
P.S. Want to help finish Truckla? We would love to get more collaborators on board! Our current to-do list: waterproofing, putting in bedliner, doing body work, paint etc etc. Send us an email at [email protected]
P.P.S. This video is not sponsored by Tesla. But, if anyone knows Elon, tell him I say hi.
My favorite part about his is that she's making it a sort of parody of all the truck commercials that run every damn day. Thanks, Simone, for the laugh. Also all the other laughs you've given me. You're awesome.
Wow!!!! Even you for the YouTube money makers don't have enough technical understanding how much tesla is going the wrong way? I mean every primary school kid understands that, even Greta does it in some way, although she only didn't want to go to school anymore to learn about environment and nature the right way. 😉 I really expected more of you as a technician, sorry to make your believes and wishes turn out wrong. I would love to see some of you influencers finally understand the world, so I already gave up on the big ones that even you love... We are suppressed by people like you and live in poverty so that you can drive Tesla's for a lil amount of money. Really? Shame on you that you are keeping up with the heavy oil and normalgas people over there!
"Allowing yourself to do what your enthusiastic about" <3
hell yeah!! Totally agree. I had to almost loose my life to get that myself.
And I'm just really really glad you didn't say, "...what your good about"
............. cause thats bad grammer.
well, anyhow, so, i gotta ask. how many people do you (usually) have in your production crew?
I can honestly say I’d rather take my 1996 1/2 ton ram with the 360 mopar v8 out on the trails than an electric toy car meant to run on roads with the back cut off and no additional suspension work done. Plus if you’re out in the boonies and run out of battery juice, you’re fucked. If I run out of gas in the boonies, I’ll fill it up with the 5 gallon gas can I got in the bed.
Yeah, I'm gonna take my dog to Lombard road
I'm gonna drive 'til I can't no more
I'm gonna take my dog to Lombard road
I'm gonna drive 'til I can't no more
I got the truck bed in the back
License plate attached
Hat is matte black
Got the charger black to match
Combining truck and Tesla
You can ditch your Vespa
I been in the workshop
You ain't been up off that couch, nah
Can't nobody tell me nothin'
You can't tell me nothin'
I ain't sellin' it for nothin'
Cuz it's available nowhere
I work in constitution. If this was for real I can’t use a small truck like that that’s for Girls If they want to make a truck they should make one like a tundra at list big one so I can put tools 🛠 on it
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