The company making a $50,000 camper to turn the Tesla Cybertruck into an RV reveals its first prototype as it hits 2,000 preorders

Tesla Cybertruck RV reveals prototype

Stream It has unveiled a prototype of its $50,000 Cyberlandr camper van attachment that can turn the upcoming Tesla Cybertruck into an RV.



The highly anticipated Cybertruck has yet to roll off Tesla’s production line, so for now, Stream It is just showing off an unmounted “functional prototype” of the camper attachment, according to a press release. The prototype shown in the teaser video was made with the same panels that’ll be used in the final Cyberlandr iteration.

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

Stream It plans to release the Cyberlandr in tandem with the Cybertruck, so we may not see the camper attachment mounted on the truck until next year. But that’s not stopping the public from ordering the soon-to-be tiny home on wheels: Stream It has received over 2,000 preorders for the Cyberlandr, which Insider confirmed.



In July, Elon Musk tweeted that the futuristic camper attachment was “cool.” Later in the month, Lance King, the CEO of Stream It, told Insider that the company had hit over $80 million in preorders while still recording daily sales.

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