Tesla usually likes to keep its option list quite slim, but they’re making an exception for the Cybertruck.
From the pop-up tent you can attach for the truck bed to the range extender, it’s an interesting list.
The first and perhaps most exciting item on the list is the so-called Tesla Basecamp.
The Tesla Basecamp is essentially a pop-up tent you can attach to the back of the truck to turn the Cybertruck bed into a bed you can actually sleep in.
It also provides a roof extension, which is large enough to provide cover from the rain for two people sitting around a table.
This is not a cheap option, unfortunately, as it costs $2,975.
Next on the list, we’ve got an extra LED bar for the truck’s roof, additional rails and, of course, the Range Extender.
The bad news is Tesla hasn’t provided any information regarding the Range Extender yet.
Although some speculate it may be a five-figure sum, we don’t know what it costs or how easy it is to install.
However, the Range Extender might be necessary to achieve the range targets that Tesla quotes.
The rear-wheel drive Cybertruck, which is not available yet (it will be in 2025), can go up to 250 miles on a charge.
Meanwhile, the all-wheel drive model and the ‘Cyberbeast‘ can achieve 340 and 320 miles respectively.
The Cyberbeast is the most expensive, most powerful and fastest Cybertruck available.
It does 97 km/h (60 mph) in just 2.6 seconds and it can outpace a Porsche 911 while towing a Porsche 911.
While all this is adding figures to the cost, Tesla has some pretty affordable options too.