A Cybervan must be in the design stage

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With the off-the-hook demand for the Cybertruck I bet that an all electric light commercial Cybervan is in the design stage. The market is currently untapped for an all electric off-road capable van that can be used for commercial work, camping, passenger carrying, etc.

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Tradesman, delivery companies, service companies, campers, etc. would flock to this light commercial if was priced right.
 

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Market isn’t completely untapped since Amazon already ordered 100,000 of these from Rivian.
As a camper van enthusiast I’m not excited about those small wheels but I’d love to see a van with the off-road abilities of the R1T or Cybertruck. That would be my dream vehicle...

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The Rivian is a light commercial vehicle aimed specifically at delivery companies with zero off-road capabilities. The CyberVan would be a light commercial electric van that would be ready for off-road adventures and would be available to the general public.
 
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The Cybervan pictured above would have a longer wheelbase than a standard roof Sprinter 2500. I’m starting to salivate about it already. Could it be Ludicrous or rear wheel drive and get 400+ miles per charge. Of course it would have to fit in a Boring Company tunnel.
 
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Just imagine it. A fully electric AWD van with a stainless steel Exoskeleton, Armor Glass, adjustable air suspension, built in air compressor and electrical outlets. I think the demand would be huge.

Tesla could spin off an off-road ready line of Cyber vehicles including the planned pickup, commercial van, passenger van, RV overlanding camper van, dune buggy, off-road quad, etc.
 
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That CyberVan would be the ultimate camper van conversion. Liked!
 
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Market isn’t completely untapped since Amazon already ordered 100,000 of these from Rivian.
As a camper van enthusiast I’m not excited about those small wheels but I’d love to see a van with the off-road abilities of the R1T or Cybertruck. That would be my dream vehicle...

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Sprinter has an electric van in the works too but I've no idea when available.
 

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If the Cybervan is rocking.........don't come a knocking. I was in the middle of the custom van craze back in the 70's and 80's. The potential for customizing a van is endless. My 68 Ford Supervan had shag carpet, a bed built into the back and an 8 track tape player. I cannot confirm or deny that any herbal products were used in said van but there was some Boone's Farm Apple Wine consumed on a regular basis.
 
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