Earlier this week, Canadian-American camper company Loki Basecamp announced the new Falcon lineup of campers. The Falcon is an all-season, modular, and highly complete solution for adventure-seekers, and it’s priced accordingly at $135,000. And that’s just the starting price, mind you.
When designing a camper for every truck out there, Loki Basecamp did not overlook the upcoming electric pickups, like the Rivian and the Cybertruck. So yes, those who placed pre-orders on either can start thinking about upgrading them for their next year’s adventures. Deliveries for the Cybertruck version are also slated (although tentatively so) for 2022.
The Loki Cybertruck fits into the vast bed of the e-truck and, unlike the other entries on the list, features a more angular design that matches the one on the truck. With a pickup as distinctive as the Cybertruck, you can’t just put any regular-looking rig on top of it. Climate control, solar panels, roof racks, pull-out drawers, tie tracks, a comfortable living space and a variety of extras will turn the combo into the perfect rig to explore the great outdoors regardless of weather conditions and terrain.
Pre-orders for the Loki Cybertruck are currently underway, with the option of a $10,000 refundable deposit. Future Cybertruck owners will want to take into account the fact that Elon Musk has conceded that delays to the production are likely, as well as the fact that Tesla has a reputation (of sorts) for missing deadlines.