If you were considering buying the upcoming Cybertruck from Tesla but felt that its strange, angular design would look ridiculously out of place parked outside your home, then worry not for a team of Russian architects have a solution for you – a Cyberhouse.

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The hulking residential structure – which was inspired by Elon Musk’s latest electric vehicle - would most certainly suit the most die-hard of Tesla fans.

The St. Petersburg-based Modern House’s design, a concrete-and-steel bunker, is the perfect aesthetical match for the EV – and it is claimed that it is tough enough to withstand a nuclear war. Or a zombie apocalypse…

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“It is a self-sufficient multi-level bunker designed for living in a range of extreme conditions, from a Z Day to nuclear fallout,” according to the firm.

The Cyberhouse may resemble a super luxury catamaran but it has a roof with solar panels, a large fireplace, lots of plants, an intricate staircase design that goes down to ground level and enough room to accommodate seven adults.

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It also features two levels and has 3,230-square-feet of living space but there are no plans to build it, but the firm says they have received some inquiries and have a price in mind - $865,000 in its “basic configuration.” Yes, we are wondering what is “basic” about it too…