This solar-powered CyberTrailer camper attachment is inspired by the Tesla Cybertruck

  • The CyberTrailer is a solar-powered trailer
  • It looks oddly similar to the CyberTruck
  • The camper has its own battery pack that can charge the pickup truck

Published on May 18, 2024 at 1:59 PM (UTC+4)
by Siddharth Dudeja

Last updated on May 20, 2024 at 9:03 AM (UTC+4)
Edited by Nalin Rawat

Everyone is talking about the Tesla Cybertruck and its accessories, but this CyberTrailer is a futuristic camper attachment that looks just like the pickup truck.

And no, it’s not an official Tesla product.

Instead, Living Vehicle, one of the most popular RV makers, stepped in to give us an all-rounder trailer perfect for a road trip.

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What’s so special about the CyberTrailer, you ask?

For starters, it looks oddly similar to the Tesla Cybertruck with its inspired design.

It has a striking, sharp-edged design, as seen in Tesla’s pickup truck.

To put the cherry on the cake, the trailer also has a wide lightbar on the front.

It will surely be interesting to see what Musk thinks about the Cybertruck-inspired trailer.

On the other hand, it solves a major problem that other camper attachments can’t.

You see, towing anything using an EV can be troublesome.

Especially if it’s a large trailer like this one.

That’s because it drastically reduces the vehicle’s range, and let’s not talk about range anxiety.

However, that wouldn’t be a problem if the trailer had its own power source.

The CyberTrailer has its own solar-powered battery pack.

Some say the Tesla Cybertruck is fit for surviving an apocalypse, but that doesn’t matter if you’re out of battery.

While LV didn’t mention the battery capacity or solar power output, the trailer will act as a portable charging station for the truck.

If you’re not worried about the towing vehicle’s battery, the caravan will be great for taking you to off-grid areas without a power source.

Usually, campers rely on shore power when they set up camp, but the CyberTrailer comes in clutch there.

Now, that’s a great solution for most EV owners who often take road trips.

The CyberTrailer is the closest to what we have for a trailer attachment for Tesla’s controversial pickup.

That is if you don’t consider the tent attachment for the EV truck.

If all that still doesn’t seem appealing to you, the futuristic trailer packs one more interesting feature.

It can generate its own water using moisture from the air.

That’s right — LV will include a water-air generator — a humidifier that produces water to fill the camper’s water tank.

It’s not the first time we have seen one, as other Living Vehicle trailers have also had these.

If you want one of these, you can reserve it right now.

It will only cost you $175,000 to get one.

Well, that’s an ambitious price tag, but it makes sense considering its name and features.


Siddharth Dudeja

I'm a tech nerd with a secret love of all things cars. I've been writing for a few years now, and on my free time you would find me gaming when I'm not procrastinating.