- Someone made a website to present a plot of land to Tesla CEO Elon Musk, pitching the idea of his building a new Gigafactory there for the Cybertruck.
- The site says that it’s 1500 acres (or more, or less), 150.2 million miles from Mars, and the soil is yummy and vegan friendly.
- It could be real or it could be fake, but this site gave us a good laugh.
With its wacky, space-tank-like design, it seems like the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck has become more of an internet meme than an actual car. But if the Cybertruck is ever to come to reality, it’ll need somewhere to be built. Enter some guy in Tulsa. Now, we don’t know if this site is actually serious or just memeing Elon Musk, but it has a, let’s just say, very large field, where a new Gigafactory factory could be built.
“Hey Elon, we hear you need a big f*cking field.”
That’s exactly what’s plastered across www.bigfuckingfield.com, a website dedicated to presenting a plot of land to Tesla CEO Elon Musk to build a new gigafactory on. It’s located just outside of Tusla, Oklahoma, and it’s 1500 acres (or more, or less), 150.2 million miles from Mars, and the soil is yummy and vegan friendly. I mean, theres a gif of the one and only Guy Fieri when you hover over the soil details. This site is so Elon.
Even more Elon-y, the site asks if you’re the real Elon and, if so, to tweet back to get the ball rolling. If you’re not, you can also tweet at the Tesla CEO and tell him about the land. I tweeted at Elon to support the cause.
They even have extremely credible recommendations from famous people. “Elon, this is good grass. I mean it, dude.” said Joe Rogan.
And, like all Tesla cars, the field comes with different modes including Sentry mode and Ludicrous mode. Only in this case, Ludicrous mode is “Ludacris” mode, meaning singer/songwriter and Fast and Furious star Ludacris makes an appearance on the field! Okay, maybe not exactly that, but it’s what the site displays.
Continuing with the jokes, the site is also taking pre-order deposits, as Tesla has done, for $100. Secure your BFF today, at your own risk of course.