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Cybertruck seems to have the advantage of using various camping equipment.
Therefore, I designed a truck camper that can be mounted on a Cybertruck.
The height of the bunk bed has been considered so that there is no discomfort from touching the head to the ceiling when a man sits on the bed.
I hope this drawing will be a reference to those planning to install the Cybertruck camper.
I have attached a pdf file so that you can view high resolution drawings.

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Weight balance appears rear biased. Front overhang is correct using ⅓:⅔ rule. So will CT 4door be very light on the steering axel with the slide-in weight aft? IDK
 

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wow this is really cool. i been looking at truck campers trying figure out how they would work. thanks again for the drawings.
 

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Not a camper but this is fifth wheel I'm rebuilding to tow behind my CT. Apologies for the rough render haven't figured out how to make compound curves on trailer.
Waiting on final specs so I can add appropriate lift to camper.
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Cybertruck seems to have the advantage of using various camping equipment.
Therefore, I designed a truck camper that can be mounted on a Cybertruck.
The height of the bunk bed has been considered so that there is no discomfort from touching the head to the ceiling when a man sits on the bed.
I hope this drawing will be a reference to those planning to install the Cybertruck camper.
I have attached a pdf file so that you can view high resolution drawings.

C1.jpg


C2.jpg


C3.jpg


C4.jpg


1-Cybertruck camper(Ext)-20210221.jpg


2-Cybertruck camper(Int)-20210221.jpg
Your camper design doesn't work with the sharp angles and cutting edge design of the CyberTruck. This camper design looks way too out dated. A camper for the CyberTruck needs to look like it was specifically designed by Tesla to fit the CyberTruck's style and futuristic design.
 

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Not a camper but this is fifth wheel I'm rebuilding to tow behind my CT. Apologies for the rough render haven't figured out how to make compound curves on trailer.
Waiting on final specs so I can add appropriate lift to camper.
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Like how this render innovated by raising roof height over 5th wheel, hinting at Alpine windows and showing possibly widening at the camper-5th wheel transition with glass. You are already towing a brick anyway so taking license is cool.
 

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Your camper design doesn't work with the sharp angles and cutting edge design of the CyberTruck. This camper design looks way too out dated. A camper for the CyberTruck needs to look like it was specifically designed by Tesla to fit the CyberTruck's style and futuristic design.
For real life a travel trailer does not need to match a cybertruck style/design.
Your camper design doesn't work with the sharp angles and cutting edge design of the CyberTruck. This camper design looks way too out dated. A camper for the CyberTruck needs to look like it was specifically designed by Tesla to fit the CyberTruck's style and futuristic design.
I don't think it needs to match the style of the Cybertruck, I'd much rather have form follow function. It would be nice to have it as aerodynamic and light as possible, but I'd rather have standing room, storage space, good sized tanks, efficient layout and access, a good "floorplan" and other considerations, way before trying to match the style/angles of the cybertruck. It also has to be buildable economically enough for the market. Have you spent much time in an RV/travel trailer/camper?
 

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The Cybertruck is deflecting the air around it in a specific way, so the trailer should react to that in its design.

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Not a camper but this is fifth wheel I'm rebuilding to tow behind my CT. Apologies for the rough render haven't figured out how to make compound curves on trailer.
Waiting on final specs so I can add appropriate lift to camper.
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The 5th wheel hitch-point needs to be just slightly forward of the CT rear axle in order to gain the stability benefits.

Try hitching that trailer up to the 5th wheel and see how far you can turn the truck before the trailer and truck collide while hitched.

This is what maneuvering a 5th wheel looks like:
Fast forward to 7:52 if you just want to see how sharp the turns need to be.

It's likely you'll find that some adjustments need to be made to the proportions of your design.
 

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Cybertruck seems to have the advantage of using various camping equipment.
Therefore, I designed a truck camper that can be mounted on a Cybertruck.
The height of the bunk bed has been considered so that there is no discomfort from touching the head to the ceiling when a man sits on the bed.
I hope this drawing will be a reference to those planning to install the Cybertruck camper.
I have attached a pdf file so that you can view high resolution drawings.

C1.jpg


C2.jpg


C3.jpg


C4.jpg


1-Cybertruck camper(Ext)-20210221.jpg


2-Cybertruck camper(Int)-20210221.jpg
The overhang being off the roof seems unnecessary for the Cybertruck. The reason for the gap over the cab for traditional frame vehicles is so that the cab can move independent of the bed. CT is more ridged. Perhaps you could take advantage of the peak attachment point by having the overhang follow the roof line?
 
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The overhang being off the roof seems unnecessary for the Cybertruck. The reason for the gap over the cab for traditional frame vehicles is so that the cab can move independent of the bed. CT is more ridged. Perhaps you could take advantage of the peak attachment point by having the overhang follow the roof line?
I think the overhang off the roof is necessary not only in the conventional truck camper, but also in the CT camper. See the traditional truck camper below. The overhang can be externally designed to follow the roof line, but the function of the overhang should be internally flat as a capover bed, so I don't think the overhang needs to follow the roof line.

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I think the overhang off the roof is necessary not only in the conventional truck camper, but also in the CT camper. See the traditional truck camper below. The overhang can be externally designed to follow the roof line, but the function of the overhang should be flat as a capover bed, so I don't think the overhang needs to follow the roof line.

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Now try designing the inside.

The part which conforms to the lip of the truck bed is usually a seat, or the base of cabinets in most truck campers.

The incline which follows the sail panels will make lot of interior optimizations used on existing truck campers unworkable.

This site has floorplans and photos so you can get some ideas from existing designs:
https://www.truckcampermagazine.com/camper-reviews/

Working around that slope will require some extra cleverness.
 
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Now try designing the inside.

The part which conforms to the lip of the truck bed is usually a seat, or the base of cabinets in most truck campers.

The incline which follows the sail panels will make lot of interior optimizations used on existing truck campers unworkable.

This site has floorplans and photos so you can get some ideas from existing designs:
https://www.truckcampermagazine.com/camper-reviews/

Working around that slope will require some extra cleverness.
I've already tried the interior design.
See the interior drawing of this post.
 

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