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I like the option of a bed rack mounted roof-top-tent. This would preserve the bed space for storage or whatever, and not engage the tailgate unless storage accessed. I don't hate this design, but it's too vertical for wind. They might want to consider removing the center section, as both the bottom and top are important and taller. An option could be something over the rear cab area.

I will first be checking what Tesla offers here, then make my final decision. peace
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Lose access to under-bed storage? Or do they prop it open and access it from inside Cyberlandr?
 

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I do wonder how to load and unload the Cyberlander. I get having it fully in the bed for efficiency and convenience. But I’d like to take it out of my CT when I don’t have a camping trip planned.
 

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We are not finished in our quest for the best/simplest/most bulletproof overlanding kit yet.:alien:
 

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It is a neat concept. Too rich for my pocket. I do wonder how one loads on and off the Cybertruck.

‘since there is a contest to win one I did enter.
 

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i feel like th3e toilet should be near the front, so you dont walk in through a small walkway, it seems to make everything less open airy, which is what I want
 

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i feel like th3e toilet should be near the front, so you dont walk in through a small walkway, it seems to make everything less open airy, which is what I want
Having the toilet/shower up front would remove a lot of windows.

unless you like the neighbors watching you shower or #2.
 

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Having the toilet/shower up front would remove a lot of windows.

unless you like the neighbors watching you shower or #2.
They can watch. It’s their eyes that will hurt. No harm on my side.
 

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Having the toilet/shower up front would remove a lot of windows.

unless you like the neighbors watching you shower or #2.
all natural babey!
i hadnt thought about that,
but curtains r a thing

looking at it again i wonder how high the back slant is, hopefully enough to stand in the shower
 

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I’m not sure how I’d be able to sleep in that thing. The measurements just don’t add up. However, I would LOVE if they sold it as an empty shell. Basically, just a hard sided tent with a couple outlets and climate control.
They advertise a "queen size" bed. That's 80x60.
Since the CT bed is 78 and the camper uses most of the tailgate too,
I think it's doable. They don't mention A/C so using the CT for cooling will need some kind of go through.
 

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They advertise a "queen size" bed. That's 80x60.
Since the CT bed is 78 and the camper uses most of the tailgate too,
I think it's doable. They don't mention A/C so using the CT for cooling will need some kind of go through.
An “RV Queen” is usually 78” by 60”.

PS. Ordered a Cyberlandr today. Who wants to guess when they will deliver?
 

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An “RV Queen” is usually 78” by 60”.

PS. Ordered a Cyberlandr today. Who wants to guess when they will deliver?
2023?
 

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I'm one of the founders at CyberLandr™ and hanging around from time-to-time and happy to answer some of the questions. I'll try to get a solid FAQ on the site tomorrow and many of the questions will be addressed there.
Cool! In the meantime, Lance and Bill did an interview with me yesterday and it answers some of your questions:
 
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