Labeled as domains in Domain Industry News, started by Lox, Nov 15, 2019
They made CyberTruck.com a gem.
Look their logo
Such as CYBRTRCK.com
maybe not by tesla though...
cybrtrk = godaddy
cybrtrck = google domains
nope, i didnt think it was tesla at all - LOL
Cyber Trek would have been a better play
the word trek is associated with walking not driving
Generally — but trek just means long journey. And trucks make up 60% of vehicles (in US at least), often making long journeys.
noun - a long arduous journey, especially one made on foot.
verb - go on a long arduous journey, typically on foot.
Neither especially nor typically means "only".
I like a good trek/hike so maybe I was pre programmed to think about walking.......different strokes for different folks
All valid points. but Teslas are different.
So Elon chose not to have vowels in name. Lol
Maybe save $$ on DN.. but the logo’s cool tho
Where I live, 30-45 minutes is the average to get anywhere, we use trek to describe driving quite often. Different strokes.
Cyber Trek was what I thought Elon meant when I saw the name at first. I don't think Cyber Truck is a strong name in itself either. Too bad Electruck is already a company.
The Tesla truck was originally supposed to be the Model Y, but he decided the dual motors were a better fit. (The Y does fit perfect with the dual aspect)
"google" is pronounceable
Similar to MyDodgeTruck.com ; MyAudi.com ; DodgeRamTrucks.ca
not really, its 3 words
how do you know it was purchased in the aftermarket?
Let's call the whole thing a "CyberTrick"
CYBR = Cyber Ark Security
TRK = Speedway MotorsSport
CYBR = Cyber / Cyborg
TRK = Tire Repair Kit
How much was the domain bought for from Tesla?
good sale to the seller
200,000 orders already )$12Bill evalu on
They made it a Million Dollar “gem”.
I’m sure Tesla will come to the owner for it.
No one is spelling it out on social media as “cybrtkcktrkckrwtf” lol it’s ...
(And Auto Correct Hates it!lol)
A lot simpler to just say Cyber Truck 😂
I just noticed that Cyberark is software founded in 1999 which I never heard of, Cyberark.com was registered since 1996.
I own CybrTrux.com.
Somewhere, it is written:
CyberTruck = Futuristic Truck
Separate names with a comma.