Cybertruck camper drawings

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How about using the triangular space under the as a drop-down instead of solid? The cab-okver mattress could inflate or expand down for extra comfort?

Triangles are okay for storing soft-stuff like linens and tents so...

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Getting a cyber truck get a cyber camper ...
Tow and drop... mine is arriving next week ... 4 month turnaround ... wish the cybertruck mfg was as fast..
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My A-frame 'van is going to look so great on or behind my CT... 😁

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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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This right here is exactly the rig I need to get me to my claim high in the mountains. Now, place some kind of PV array, that deploys outward and upward that can recharge the CT enough to get me off the mountain say in about 2-3 sunny days (30 miles). Hope something like this actually becomes a reality for the CT. Nice Job!
 

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This right here is exactly the rig I need to get me to my claim high in the mountains. Now, place some kind of PV array, that deploys outward and upward that can recharge the CT enough to get me off the mountain say in about 2-3 sunny days (30 miles). Hope something like this actually becomes a reality for the CT. Nice Job!
Isn't regen braking enough to get you off a mountain?
 

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Isn't regen braking enough to get you off a mountain?
That’s an unknown, that hopefully, someday I get to find out. It’s pretty dang steep for about 5-miles then a very long stretch of flat ground (maybe 15 or 20 miles) to the nearest campground that has 50amp service.
 

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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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Dear Sir / Madam , Curry

Thank you for your installation of these wonderful drawings. Do you intend to build one of these campers ?

I currently live in a palomino bronco camper for 25 days out of every 30 days , in and around Vancouver BC. Mostly by the ocean. I carry it on a 2011 F150 eco-boost.

I hope to choose the cyber truck over the F150 lightning, due to advanced technology, cutting edge design , rent ability , and downright coolness ! The F150 lightning is a no brainer for the camper fitting, but kind of boring because I've driven an F 150 for 12 years by the time the cyber truck is available .

However my square camper going into a triangular space probably poses issues . I choose this way because the price is right, C$8000 plus 2 house batteries, inverter, etc.

I am happy and comfortable with my space , I live within my means. A new camper does not appeal to me.

When I can lay a tape measure on the cyber truck I'll see how much needs to be cut / changed on my camper if any ? Or specifically I'll get into your drawings I'm sure the measurements are in there.

Is anyone else considering modifying their existing camper to fit cyber truck ?

Once again nice work Pumpkin

Sincerely, Palomino
 
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