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BobsYourUncle

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Posted: 06/04/22 07:11pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Came across this cybertruck "camper" article in my news feed.

Love - Hate thing I'm sure. I'll stick to my TT thank you

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Musk will need to add a few charging stations in the backwoods - lol

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seems that 24,000 figure is for a bare truck topper. everything else is add on.
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Bumpyroad wrote:

seems that 24,000 figure is for a bare truck topper. everything else is add on.
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This might actually be an item that is too dumb and overpriced for even people with too much money, to buy.
Lol. Accessories for something that doesn’t exist….
Except Yosemite Sam. He’d buy one if he ever gets a truck.


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Posted: 06/05/22 07:43am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Author Andrei Nedelea never says he has actually seen this…shell. A $24K truck bed shell.


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Posted: 06/05/22 08:59am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This specialized camper for truck still not in production brings some hype but we will have to wait for distribution to the public to start before spending too much time on a dream.


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Is it me or does it seem like 99% of the concept thingy's never make it to production? But this will be an excellent topic for the EV Non EV crowd! If Vin diesel couldn't get one "EV" to work when the sun went down in Riddick, No one can! [emoticon]

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Hey if someone is silly enough to buy a magical mystical unicorn truck, why not charge the schmuck $24,000 for a camper shell?

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if you're going up into the woods for a week or two, be sure to bring your generator. If in the sun, solar panels on the pop top just might do it. I saw two up there in the video and it looked like there was room for two more if the structure will handle it. Anyway, I saw I was charging at 53 amps peak sometime today looking at my charge history. That should be able to do it and act as a significant range extender to the vehicle itself. Still, too small for our travel needs but a day tripper, weekend warrior, and the like would like it.


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^Uhhhh, we just went through this. A few solar panels will take a month of sundays and the rest of the days in between to even come close to fully charging the car….sorry, truck.

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