FORM shows the camper module dedicated to Tesla Cybertruck

FORM shows the camper module dedicated to Tesla Cybertruck

The Tesla Cybertruck is far from seeing the lights of the market, but despite the large amount of time that has passed since the official presentation - which now took place in 2019 - the excitement about Tesla's electric pick-up has never waned, to the point that several accessory manufacturers have decided to make their own replica of the Cybertruck, so that they can start working on dedicated accessories. All this has led to the birth of many accessories to make Tesla's proposal even more practical and interesting, although the release is not expected before the end of next year.

Among the most interesting accessories there is undoubtedly the camping module created by FORM: the company claims that the new camper module will allow future Tesla Cybertruck owners to transform their electric pick-up into a real house powered by solar panels.

As you can see from the images, the module that FORM has designed is nothing more than a large box placed on the rear body of the Cybertruck, but once fully opened this box offers a good 21 square meters of surface inside, with a sleeping area, a small kitchen, a portable bathroom, a wall shower and many compartments for storing your objects.

On the roof of the FORM module we find a 400W solar panel system, which can be used both to power the small house and to power the pick-up itself.

FORM has already opened the pre-orders for the camping module dedicated to the Tesla Cybertruck: it will initially be produced in one run limited of 500 units to test the interest of the market, also because the price is certainly not the most invited, considering that it starts at $ 69,500.

It is not the first time that FORM proposes additional modules for the Cybertruck; just last April he unveiled the CyberLandr, another module designed for Tesla's electric pickup, which in a short time has collected over 1000 pre-orders for more than 50 million dollars.

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