As we all know, the Tesla Cybertruck has had a delay in its production and its debut has been postponed to next year. Yet that hasn’t stopped future buyers from investing in accessories for the upcoming vehicle, such as a new attachable compact camper dubbed CyberLandr, developed by Stream It.
Based in Las Vegas, Stream It is a software and artificial intelligence company that has had a major growth 一and apparently it’s changing recreational travel forever 一, after unveiling earlier this year said high-tech camper that transforms the Tesla Cybertruck into a sleek RV.
CyberLandr can fit a living room, bedroom and bathroom in the bed of Tesla’s CyberTruck with no problem. Featuring the latest technology, the design is ultra-compact, it weighs 1,200 lb (544 kg) and provides better visibility compared to traditional campers. Moreover, according to Stream It CEO, Lance King, CyberLandr was conceived to reach certain common places (like a parking garage o a drive-thru) that would have been impossible to access with conventional RVs.
CyberLandr incorporates AI technology (with availability for software updates), underfloor heating, voice and temperature control features, as well as basic services like a water-filtration system. Thanks to an app, it can easily be folded with the press of a button, remaining invisible in the Cybertruck’s rear when it’s not in use.
Since April, the CyberLandr is available for pre-order at a value of $50,000 USD. It’s debut is expected for 2022, but needless to say that it’s subjected to the Tesla CyberTruck’s release, as possible changes on this vehicle might affect the camper extension’s design. Discover more features of this game-changing design in the company’s website.
If we go back in time, Stream It has not been the only one playing around with the Tesla Cybertruck design. Remember digital artist Radek Štěpán’s Tesla Cybertruck Pandemax concept?
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