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Fri Mar 22, 2024, 09:03 PM Mar 2024

Tesla's promised cybertruck tent vs what they produced



Tesla has started shipping its ‘Basecamp’, a $3,000 tent designed for the back of the Cybertruck. It’s a bit of a disappointment as it looks nothing like what was originally unveiled.

Accessories are big with trucks. Their form factor open up a bunch of interesting possibilities with the bed, but the Cybertruck’s specific design with the angle on the bed makes it more difficult to use some off-the-shelves accessories.

To address that, Tesla has planned a series of accessories designed specifically for the Cybertruck.

One of them is Basecamp, a tent that fits in the back of the electric pickup truck. It was first announced with the original unveiling of the Cybertruck in 2019:
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Tesla's promised cybertruck tent vs what they produced (Original Post) BlueWaveNeverEnd Mar 2024 OP
What a colossal waste... 2naSalit Mar 2024 #1
here is how the truck looks with the tent deployed BlueWaveNeverEnd Mar 2024 #3
LOL, a Conestoga tarpaulin. tanyev Mar 2024 #2
carefully shaped to fit cybertruck BlueWaveNeverEnd Mar 2024 #4
That thing just keeps getting uglier Blue Owl Mar 2024 #5
I wouldn't even feel comfortable taking that truck out into the woods TlalocW Mar 2024 #6
Anyone that believes the tent would actually look like that upon release flvegan Mar 2024 #7
You can buy a pretty nice stand-alone tent Mr.Bill Apr 2024 #8


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1. What a colossal waste...
Fri Mar 22, 2024, 09:30 PM
Mar 2024

Of everything involved in that thing from conceptual design to that abomination in the picture on the right. The one on the left doesn't rate much better.


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7. Anyone that believes the tent would actually look like that upon release
Sat Mar 23, 2024, 01:59 PM
Mar 2024

probably also believes the Cybertruck could get to that location in the woods in the first place.

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