The $175,000 CyberTrailer: A Camper That Can Charge Your EV

The $175,000 CyberTrailer: A Camper That Can Charge Your EV

In the wake of various Cybertruck-inspired products, California-based Living Vehicle introduces the CyberTrailer. Unlike previous Cyber-themed items, this isn’t a Tesla product.


The CyberTrailer, echoing the design of the Cybertruck, is a creation of luxury camper specialist, Living Vehicle. Although not yet ready for delivery, it promises a unique off-grid camping experience. Living Vehicle is known for its ultra-luxury campers equipped with advanced features like water generation systems and high-end solar panel arrays.


The CyberTrailer, priced at $175,000, is more affordable compared to the company’s previous models. It will be solar-powered and feature unlimited water from air creation and recycling. Additional features include a folding patio, gear-hauler ramp, and an Apple iPad for controlling the trailer’s features.


The CyberTrailer can be towed by the Tesla Cybertruck, Ford F-150 Lightning, and Rivian R1T and R1S. It can also export power from its integrated battery to recharge the towing EV.


Living Vehicle is currently accepting pre-orders for the CyberTrailer with a refundable $100 deposit. Half of the production is already sold out, although the total production units remain undisclosed.

The CyberTrailer is an exciting addition to the world of luxury campers, combining the iconic design of the Cybertruck with the practicality and luxury of off-grid camping. Its ability to charge the towing EV is a game-changer in the industry. As we await more details and its launch next year, the CyberTrailer is definitely a product to watch out for in the camping world.



Source: InsideEVs

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