Or your Bronco, F-Series, or Defender thanks to GEO-Cab.
There's a seemingly endless amount of OEM and aftermarket accessories for off-roading adventures, but sometimes having creature comforts is necessary. That's where GEO-Cab comes in. The California-based company unveiled a new line of carbon fiber campers called Badger for the Jeep Gladiator, Ford F-Series, Bronco, and the Land Rover Defender. Four sizes are available: ST, LT, LR, and XT.
The ST is the smallest, measuring between 155.5 and 167.3 inches in length and a ceiling height of up to 78.7 inches. Two occupants will enjoy sufficient sleeping space, a small lounge area, and even a bathroom. The medium-sized LT will accommodate vehicles like the Gladiator and older Defenders. Its ceiling height is the same as that of the ST, but the unit longer and can fit up to four people.
Next up is the LR, which measures at 190.9 inches in length and a slightly lower 76.8-inch ceiling height. It's still in development but will fit midsize trucks like the Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma. And lastly there's the XT, which fits up to five people and comes to 236.2-inches in length and an 84.6-inch ceiling.
Because all four Badger campers are made of carbon fiber, they're not particularly heavy, and that's good news for customers. The ST has a dry weight of just 1,014 pounds while the XT tips the scale at 1,654 pounds. Must-haves like windows, a kitchen, and a cabover alcove are included.
What about furniture? Well, don't go to IKEA because GEO-Cab has you covered thanks to fiberglass furniture specifically designed for all four campers. Instead of being bolted, they're laminated into place. If you're not a fan of fiberglass you can opt for carbon fiber furniture instead, which can fairly be assumed to cost more. And speaking of pricing, it's the only downside.
GEO-Cab's smallest Badger camper begins at $130,000 but larger sizes will go above $200,000 and that doesn't include the price of the vehicle itself. Most customers won't be required to handle the installation themselves; GEO-Cab says it'll do so for most donor vehicles.