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Tesla Cybertruck Camper System Racks Up $50 Million In Orders

B. O’Hare
B. O’Hare

Cybertruck mania is well and truly here.

A Tesla Cybertruck camper system built by third-party company Cyberlandr has already racked up $50 million in orders. Although the Cybertruck is not on sale yet and the camping system has only been shown in CGI renders, it appears people are still incredibly eager to get their hands on one and avail of the discounts that come with pre-ordering early.

The camping system itself is by no means cheap, coming in at $49,995 before any discounts are applied. That said, it makes great use of space judging from the below video and offers all you would ever need on a long distance trek into the unknown.

However, we would be concerned by the fact that the Cybertruck shown thus far is not a production car, and hence the Cyberlandr camping system’s dimensions might need to be seriously altered for production. Either way, it’s certainly an intriguing setup. Lance King, CEO of Stream It and lead designer of CyberLandr, stated:

“We conservatively estimate demand for CyberLandr at more than 10,000 units in 2022. This is why we are working with renowned lean manufacturing consultants Munro & Associates to help ensure high quality while we scale manufacturing to meet demand.”

Well camping enthusiasts, what are your thoughts on the Cyberlandr? Let us know in the replies section below

Image via Cyberlandr

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