We don’t have an actual Cybertruck yet, although we’ve heard about it since 2019. Years have passed due to the pandemic, and Elon Musk’s dream project is only getting a delayed launch date. However, there is no shortage of imaginators spending hours and days with their digital art software to render the most lucrative camper design to make the Cybertruck – when it launches – a formidable couples travel camper.
Space Camper is the latest name to break into the domain of cybecamper idealizers. This space has become incredibly lively since Elon Musk indicated at the Cybertruck announcement that it would be accompanied by a trailer and its own pop-up tent, leading to a variety of designs envisioning the camping version of the Cybertruck.
Designer: Space Campers
Amidst all the fandom, the Cybertruck should launch in 2021. It didn’t happen as planned, partly because of supply chain hiccups during the pandemic and partly because of Musk’s Twitter mishap. But for fans there is no Cybertruck yet and perhaps no certainty as to when it will actually happen. Before Tesla launches the space age model or someone knocks Musk down, we only have eyes to feed on the designs of a campable, space camper-style cybertruck for the modern day nomads who prefer to live on the road and to work.
Geared to take a pair anywhere on tar, gravel and boulders – the Space Camper is constructed of aerospace-grade materials for durability. The wedge-style unit attaches to the back of the Cybertruck with no fuss. It is positioned close to the road and can be pulled up immediately for camping anywhere. Air powered actuators on board are used to bring the RV to a standstill in less than a minute. For those concerned, the wedge-shaped opening provides 8 feet of headroom, while the built-in awning provides additional clearance.
So, load up your gear and hop aboard the Cybertuck with the Space Camper at the stern. On the journey, take the untraveled roads and stop at the most remote lake to tuck the Murphy bed into the hitched RV and stare at the stars in the open sky overnight. The camper is packed with extensions hidden under the bed that can double as a table and seating. For the more serious adventurers, the camper is topped with a modular roof rack system that can hold gear, carry your raft or bike, or even be attached with solar panels for off-grid camping. To improve the camping skills of the electric truck, the 470-pound camper has a battery that can provide backup power for about a week in the wilderness.
While this might sound almost fitting to some, there would be a section that would complain about the lack of a kitchen or bathroom. Reportedly, additions such as an outdoor kitchen and bathroom are possible if the client so desires.