TESLA is currently causing quite a stir in the sales charts, turning heads and beating its posh German rivals.
One Tesla model that hasn’t arrived yet, but that people have been eagerly waiting for, is the Cybertruck, which Elon Musk Reckon sales will begin next year in 2023.
Some people are saying the electric truck may never arrive — but one company that clearly thinks it is Space Campers is.
This American firm is designing an incredible pod for the rear of the Cybertruck that turns it into a campervan.
The wedge-shaped pod sits atop the Cybertruck’s load bay and can be fitted and removed in seconds with the right kit.
A flip-up roof then provides up to eight feet of vertical space. Space Campers also say that a double bed can be folded down from the roof section for a good night’s sleep.
And when you’re not sleeping the bed can be folded down to leave room for a small sink and kitchen top, an induction cooker, water heater, fridge-freezer, a desk and a small seating area for working remotely.
Of course, unlike a combustion-engined truck, which requires its own fuel or an external generator to power any camping equipment, the Cybertruck’s big battery has it covered.
Space campers include a solar roof, interior lighting, four electrical outlets, an adjustable awning, a built-in exhaust vent, and keyless entry.
Optional additional amenities include an outdoor shower enclosure with a roof rack, thermally padded floors, a built-in movie projector, and a portable toilet.
There’s a catch to all of this though – the Space Camper’s Cybertruck sleeping pod isn’t cheap.
It’s on sale for $24,000 in the US, or the rough end of £20,000 for us in the UK, and that’s before you have to ship it.
You can now leave a refundable deposit and the more you spend, the more priority your order will receive as well as other benefits.