There has been no confirmation of that. we're still waiting to here if the window will roll down, or if there will be a midgate, or if we won't get either of those things.I agree it looks really nice, but how do you get from the cab to the inside, doesn't the back window in the cyber truck roll down. Seem to me they should take advantage of that.
Yeah I can't really get over the price for this thing either. Even if they have amazing quality, with a high end interior, it shouldn't cost $135,000. The only reason I could think it costs this much is because they sell extremely few and rely on the profit off a couple to keep going.I don't like the price, at all. I was thinking that the Cyberlandr was on the edge for me, especially considering that it strips me of all the cargo carrying ability i am getting the CT for, but $135,000? Other than that, and the piss poor aerodynamics, it looks like a very capable camper.
Well, Elon did respond 'positively' (meaning, he said they would consider it) to the midgate idea, so it is 't off the table. We all hear you about the "in a month or so" comment. Its really damn frustrating.There has been no confirmation of th bed area being connected to the air handling unit in Cybertruck, either. We guess there are T slots. We hope there will be a mid gate. Those were requests and suggestions from the community that have taken off like wildfire in speculation. Maybe these camper manufacturers have inside knowledge and are planning accordingly.
We know so little about what CT will actually have. I am starting to wonder if the speculation will dampen the desire after revealing the final version because people built it up too much in their minds. It certainly does not help when the CEO makes statement of information coming “in a month or so” and we still wait 6 months past that for any crumb of news. Maybe he was using Marian months.
Where do you want the midgate to be so you can get in？I'm not really a big fan of it. The bed of the Cybertruck will be great for camping, especially if they are able to add climate control to the bed for camping. It will be so much better for camping if they are able to also add a midgate (fingers crossed).
When I look at this camper, I don't see a lot of additional benefits for the money you would spend on it. The bed of the Cybertruck has lights on the sides, you have the Ltracks and Tslots for a collapsible desk if you need one and even a bench. There are already really good mattresses for Tesla camping that fold up, are compact, and don't take up much storage. Even if you want a shower when you are camping, there are also aftermarket products that sit on roof racks and heat using the sun. They have fairly good size tanks, don't require a grey tank, and with a built in air compressor in the Cybertruck, I'm guessing there will be way better versions coming out for good water pressure.
The estimated cost for this is more than the cost of the Model S Plaid. It's a lot of money for a small camper that eliminates your truck bed. Maybe if someone was living in their truck and didn't want to tow a camper behind them, I would consider it to be a good solution