Cyberlandr, an after-market camper shell for Tesla’s eagerly anticipated all-electric pickup, has been unveiled by the Las Vegas-based startup Stream It, though the The Tesla Cybertruck will not start production until 2022.
The Cyberlandr brags all the manner of twenty-first-century amenities and contemporary design details.
Although it’s small enough to fit in the EV’s truck bed when fully broken down, the collapsible structure will allow you to take your whole home with you on the road.
The Cyberlandr camper utilizes a pop-up concept. When collapsed, it fits neatly into the shape of the truck. The unit then expands upward to four times its travel height and outward onto the truck’s open tailgate, creating two small rooms, complete with bed, bathroom, and kitchen. It’s a pickup camper wild and weird enough for the strange Cybertruck itself.
The living area has a kitchen with an under-counter fridge, a sink, and an induction cooktop embedded in the countertop. The faucet is voice-activated.
All appliances are, of course, electric, and the porcelain-tile floor is electrically heated. Two reconfigurable lounge chairs provide seating or can be laid flat and installed above the counter area to create a double bed. They’re also removable for outdoor seating.
It also features a 32-inch flatscreen mounts on the wall that also doubles as a monitor.
Its tiny cyber-bathroom the size of a phonebooth also features some next-leve; technology. It has a “self-cleaning” dry-flush toilet that gets rid of the need for a black water tank. A four-stage water-filtration system enables a recirculating shower, too.
In case you’re wondering where the juice to fuel all these features comes from, look no further than the structure’s 500-watt slide-out solar roof panels. The solar panels stack on top of each other when traveling, with the top one extending down just beyond the entryway in camp mode, doubling as a small doorway awning.
Cyberlndr, without a doubt, has some very interesting ideas, but its camper is not without some flaws. The one that sticks out most is the potentially fragile dual-direction telescoping construction. A little misalignment in those telescoping segments might bring on faulty operation, leaks, drafts or other problems upon arrival.
Specifications and features, however, are subject to change, Cyberlandr states. The main reason likely is that Tesla hasn’t yet revealed the final dimensions of the production Cybertruck.
The Cybertruck is still a couple of years away from the market, nonetheless, Cyberlandr is taking reservations through the company’s website!
Deposit $5,000 and you net a 20% savings on the Cyberlandr, getting it for $39,995. Only 20 are available at that price, though. Smaller deposits merit smaller discounts but have greater availability, all on a sliding scale. The smallest deposit is $100, which results in a sales price of $44,995. That deal is only during the unspecified promotion period. After that, the tariff will be $49,995.
Of course, the zero-deposit bracket doesn’t go live until after the promotion is over. The lack of the term “refundable” anywhere affirms that, while we hope the CyberLndr camper comes to fruition, we definitely wouldn’t reserve one until it gets there.