Presenting the CyberLandr.
Tesla still hasn't revealed the production version of the Cybertruck, but that hasn't stopped one company from converting it into a luxury electric camper for when you want to venture off the grid. Unlike traditional truck campers that are either towed as a trailer or attached to the bed, the innovative camper collapses into the Cybertruck's bed when stowed, allowing the tonneau cover and tailgate to be closed.
Dubbed the "CyberLandr," this convenient setup creates a low center of gravity, zero aerodynamic drag, and has a "minimal effect" on the Cybertruck's range, which is reduced by only around five percent. Developed by a company called Stream It based in Nevada, the CyberLandr can tackle rugged terrain yet still fit in parking spaces unlike traditional Overlanding trailers since the camper is completely out of sight and doesn't reduce visibility when retracted.
Inside, the Tesla Cybertruck camper is divided into two main rooms including a large living area and a bathroom offering space for up to two adults and two children. The living space features a kitchen area with a porcelain countertop, an under-counter fridge, and a sink. An induction cooktop is also located under the countertop.
When you want to relax, the luxurious lounge includes two freestanding reclining seats that can be transformed into a queen-size bed and a 32-inch 4K television to keep everyone entertained. A StarLink dish provides internet access to stream movies on the TV or play video games. It can also serve as a mobile office for online Zoom conferences or WiFi calls.
As for the spa-inspired bathroom, the CyberLandr has a recirculating shower with a four-stage filter allowing occupants to take longer showers without running out of water. The showerhead has five flow patterns and there's also a self-cleaning toilet eliminating the need for a black water tank. Solar roof panels generating up to 500 watts charge up the Cybertruck's batteries.
Reservations for the CyberLandr have already started, with pricing starting at $49,995. Placing a $5,000 deposit adds a 20 percent discount bringing the price down to $39,995, but only 20 units are available with this discount. Since Cybertruck's final design still hasn't been revealed yet, the company stresses that the CyberLandr's specifications and features are estimates and could change in the future.