Reservation holders will be able to purchase the Tesla Cybertruck early next year. With hundreds of thousands of customers already putting down deposits for the electric truck, aftermarket businesses are working hard to develop Cybertruck gear and extras.
The electric pickup truck will undoubtedly be used for Cybertruck camping, fishing, and other outdoor activities by many owners. Towing a travel trailer around is one way to explore the great outdoors, but it can get tedious. What if you don't want to compromise driving range or maneuverability?
One of the most daring parts of the Tesla Cybertruck’s design is the shape of its roof, which comes to a sharp point and this makes it look like nothing else on the road. But startups have something else in mind and a few are building a Cybertruck camper for the masses.
By utilizing that empty space in the back, they’re planning on building a modular Cybertruck camper attachment for the Cybertruck. Here are three variations on this concept that are currently gaining momentum and deposits from customers eagerly awaiting their camping mode Cybertruck.
CyberLandr Cybertruck Camper
This Cybertruck camper mod is designed to fit in the Cybertruck's vault (Tesla speak for bed), which is 6.5 feet long. However, unlike normal bed campers, the CyberLandr is not constantly visible; it is foldable and may totally retract behind the vault's powered cover. It seems to double the height of the truck at full staff when raised in a telescopic manner.
This Tesla Cuybertruck camper extends to the tailgate's edge and features retractable steps leading to an upward sliding door. A retractable solar roof extends beyond the camper's edge, providing shade for the entry while generating 500 watts of power.
Outside door handles are not planned for the CyberLandr or the CyberTruck. The steps are not only pressure sensitive but have some really smart tech integrated into them. They can recognize authorized individuals to open the door.
Inside, the Cyberlandr resembles a tiny New York micro apartment with lots of windows. The main compartment, which faces the front of the vehicle, will serve as a kitchen, office, living room, or bedroom.
It has a huge sink, automated open and close drawers, a heated floor, a touch-less and voice-controlled faucet, an invisible induction burner, a compressor fridge, and a five-square-foot porcelain countertop for usage in the kitchen.
The CyberLandr has received over $50 million in pre-orders and with all that cash in hand, the team quickly went to work. here's their latest video.
Space Campers for Cybertruck
Space Campers, a California-based firm, has built a wedge-style Cybertruck camper. If Tesla ever provided an official factory Cybertruck camper option, it would definitely be something as nicely integrated as this.
It comes in three different finishes, but it looks best when it matches the rest of the body. When erected, the Space Camper shows built-in steps that enable simple entry. Here it contains a detachable fold-down bed that can be converted into a sofa with an adjustable backrest, a tiny sink, and storage access.
The inside is incredibly versatile, according to Space Campers, with many more upgrades to come. There's also interior lighting, four electrical outlets, USB charging, an adjustable sunshade, and keyless access for the back hatch. And, to keep the inside comfortable while cooking or boiling water, it has a built-in exhaust vent that allows moisture to escape. This ensures you easy living at your Cybertruck camp, wherever it may be.
Space Campers is currently taking reservations for their Cybertruck camper, which starts at $24,000 but can be further customized with add-ons. There is a fully equipped kitchen available, as well as a combined shower and toilet.
The solar panels on the roof can be integrated into a custom roof rack. You can get an additional tent thermal insulation kit, custom sheets, an electric blanket, thermal padded flooring, and even a built-in movie projector.
FORM Cybertruck Camper
In addition to the CyberLandr, FORM claims that its new camper will be an appealing alternative for future Cybertruck camp enthusiasts who wish to convert their unique electric pickup truck into a solar-powered micro-home. Yes, you heard that right - a completely functional solar home.
The FORM Tesla Cybertruck camper is not just your average camper, it's actually a large and extendable box that fits directly into the bed of the Cybertruck.
The functional increase stretches beyond the Cybertruck’s Vault, very literally. The interior size of the expanding FORM camper is an astonishing 71 square feet when completely unfolded.
This Tesla Cybertruck camper interior has sleeping space, a tiny kitchen, a portable toilet, and a wall-mounted shower are all included in the Cybertruck micro-home camper. There is also plenty of storage space.
Furthermore, the FORM unit has a roof-mounted 400-watt solar panel system that may be used to power the Cybertruck or the camper. According to the company, the system "can be powered by a 300-Ah deep-cycle lithium-ion battery."
This Tesla Cybertruck camper is available for pre-order through FORM's website. They’re starting with a limited production of five hundred units. The initial price is $69,500.
What are your thoughts?
How does it compare to the CyberLandr, which has $50 million in pre-orders?
Loki Cybertruck Camper
This one is the last on our list and the most expensive too. The Loki Adventure Pod: Cybertruck Edition allows Cybertruck camp enthusiasts to attach a roomy and sophisticated camper shell to their truck's bed.
The Adventure Pod boasts numerous unique features, including a roof rack, tie tracks, pull-out external drawers, and a solar-aided power system, according to Robb Report.
In this Tesla Cybertruck camper interior, there is a sleeping space, a kitchenette, a cooktop, a sink, a toilet, and plenty of storage space. The climate-controlled cabin is filled with outlets and connections for your electrical gadgets, making the Adventure Pod combined with the Cybertruck the perfect camping experience for those who want to forgo tents.
The Basecamp does come at a high cost. Buyers will have to pay more than the cost of the Cybertruck to camp in luxury and comfort with this camper shell, which costs $135,000 for the deluxe edition.
The Last Word (Without Lawrence O'Donnell)
The demand for the Cybertruck is reflected in these amazing products already going into production. People don’t even have their pickups yet, and there are already some pretty competitive options available for camping enthusiasts.
Although some cost more than others, these campers will surely be a quality-of-life improvement for any Cybertruck owner. As more mods are on the way, the Cybertruck becomes an ever more compelling product for a lot of potential buyers to consider.