Las-vegas company designs pop-up camper for Tesla’s CyberTruck
Las Vegas-based company Stream It, Inc. has announced the CyberLandr, an add-on camper for the Tesla Cybertruck, featuring a kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and office.
Designed for the “ultimate wilderness and urban adventures,” the CyberLandr extends upwards from the Cybertruck’s tray, to transform into a small multifunctional camper. The CyberLandr can pull power from the CyberTruck’s battery through bi-directional power capabilities, as well as using the CyberLandr’s solar panels to recharge the vehicle.
According to the company, the camper includes a kitchen with a sink with a faucet, fridge, countertop, and invisible induction cooktop, a bathroom with a recirculating shower, a dry-flush toilet and a radiant heated one-piece tile floor. The main room features a 32” smart TV, a StarLink satellite dish (not including subscription) and free-standing seats that can be repositioned to create a bed.
The camper can stow away completely within the truck, allowing for both the cover and tailgate to close. The CyberLandr also comes with a dolly for easy removal from the Cybertruck, to ensure full usability of the vehicle.
“CyberTruck + CyberLandr = Ultimate Adventure Vehicle,” the company writes.
The company anticipates the CyberLandr to be ready for delivery shortly after when Tesla begins producing and shipping the CyberTruck to its list of reserved purchases.
View CyberLandr’s video below:
CyberLandr | CyberLandr
9 April 2021