Unplugged Performance is releasing an aftermarket wheel for the Tesla Cybertruck — before you can even order the electric truck itself.

The hype surrounding the Tesla Cybertruck is so strong that some people have been working on third-party accessories for the car for some time now.

We’ve reported on some wild ones before, like CyberLandr, which tries to match a full camper in the bed of an electric pickup truck and accessory kit that turns an electric pickup truck into a catamaran.

Now we get a more realistic accessory for the Cybertruck, and it comes from a company that already has a lot of trust in Tesla mods: Unplugged Performance (UP).

The Californian company has introduced its CYBERHEX forged wheels designed for the Cybertruck.

UP wrote about the novelty on its own site:

The first aftermarket wheel developed for the Telsa Cybertruck thanks to a collaboration between Unplugged Performance and accomplished sports car designer Sasha Selipanov, with all the right notes of brutalist neo-futuristic design and incredible durability to take you anywhere on Earth and beyond.

Here are some pictures of the CYBERHEX wheels in different colors:

Ben Shaffer, CEO of Unplugged Performance, commented on the launch of the new wheels:

Cybertruck is an exciting milestone and future for our brand. Starting out as the first engineering house to improve Tesla vehicles, we’re excited about the Cybertruck’s potential to push all boundaries and surpass outdated assumptions about what a car can do. We have huge plans to support the future Cybertruck, and this debut on wheels is a sign of what’s to come as we redefine expectations. Our priority at UP remains to continue to partner with cutting-edge, world-class factories, as well as the brightest and best minds in design.

Although the wheels are designed for the Cybertruck, they also fit existing Tesla vehicles.

UP has released some images of the wheels on the Model S and Model 3:

While UP is now introducing the wheel and taking pre-orders, the company has made it clear that it won’t ship anything until it can conduct final testing of the Cybertruck, which is expected to go into production no earlier than mid-2023.

In addition to wheels, Unplugged has confirmed its intentions to develop other aftermarket products for Cybertrucks, including performance brakes, suspension and even body modifications.

Tesla has revealed that the Cybertruck will only be available with a stainless steel trim, so there will be a lot of trucks on the road that look the same. This should make aftermarket mods quite popular.

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