California startup Space Campers has developed a removable residential module for a Tesla Cybertruck pickup truck. The Kung is equipped with a pneumatic lifting mechanism, inside there is a bed and a place to work. Additionally, the camper can be equipped with a remote shower, a movie projector, and solar panels. If it is supposed to be operated in the cold months, then optional thermal insulation and an electric sheet will be useful. The price of such an add—on is 24 thousand euros.
The wedge-shaped Kung from Space Campers fits perfectly into the style of the Tesla Cybertruck. It only slightly increases the coefficient of air resistance, but it offers a thoughtful space to relax away from civilization. The Kung is equipped with a pneumatic lifting mechanism connected to the onboard compressor of the Cybertruck. Built-in sockets, adjustable lighting, induction hob, portable refrigerator, and water heater are powered by the traction battery of an electric car. The declared autonomy is several weeks.
The superstructure is equipped with L-track guides for securing various loads, an adjustable canopy, and footrests. A double bed can be turned into a dining table, work surface, or benches. The camper comes with four electrical outlets, many USB ports, and a memory foam mattress, as well as in several versions – with a simple black body made of aviation composite or with stainless steel lining. Additionally, you can order a remote shower, solar panels with a capacity of 100-1200 watts, improved thermal insulation, and a projector.
The price of basic Kung is 24 thousand dollars. The sum includes LED lighting, keyless access, foam insulation of the entire structure to prevent condensation, lockers in the side walls, and much more. For those who are looking for a more elegant option, the FORM camper is suitable. However, it costs twice as much.