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Posted: 09/21/21 09:13am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Cyberlandr, $50K "RV" for the Cybertruck. No thanks.

https://www.businessinsider.com/prototyp........k&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=topbar


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Posted: 09/21/21 10:03am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Interesting!

Don't care for the price.

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The video doesn't provide a look inside the RV, but its maker plans to include a bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom, and office.

Now that is impressive. Virtual reality?


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It was ugly before, it is uglier now.





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Posted: 09/21/21 01:19pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Here's a CGI simulation of what the inside could look like:

https://www.motor1.com/news/498115/cyberlandr-tesla-cybertruck-truck-camper/

It's got an awful lot of moving parts, pretty much everything in this RV shell is on a hinge or slider. I doubt this will ever make it past the prototype stage, and maybe not even past the computer generated image stage.

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Posted: 09/21/21 01:47pm Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

You mean I have the opportunity to make UGLY into UGLIER for only 50 grand???

Out of my way people ---- where's my checkbook??

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Well I have to agree with the second link's statement "this is the camper the cybertruck deserves".

Ugly is as ugly does. I see nothing that would even remotely entice me.


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Not in a million years - two million years, on second thought. The sun will blink out first.


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Watching the interior design video - they don't put dimensions on it.
First impression is that there is absolutely no storage space.
Than how tall is it? Will they hire 5-foot, skinny people to do presentation. like some other RV manufacturers do?

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....to me, the Tesla Cybertruck (not the camper) seems to be missing a roof? Why create the stealth-bomber-like "exoskeleton" as presented, and not sculpt the aft quarter so that more storage volume could be permitted?

So, when you add the "Dual Motor All Wheel Drive" Cybertruck ($50,000) to the "prototype camper shell" (another $50 grand), you have a $100 grand pop-up rig not much larger than a conventional mini pop-up truck camper (minus the softwalls).

I'll personally pass on this one. Maybe someone else will come up with something more appealing (to me), utilitarian and "all electric" in the future....


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