Camp365 released a new platform in the pickup-camper category, the Camp365T Model.
The lightweight truck camper is made for mid-size trucks and electric vehicle trucks, such as the Rivian R1, Ford Lighting and Tesla Cybertruck.
The T Model weighs 700-800 pounds, depending on options, and folds down during travel to drastically reduce wind resistance. The company said the T Model’s design accounts for an estimated 5% to 10% loss in range.
Kevin McGregor, Camp365 CEO, said: “We are proud to add to Camp365’s heritage of providing innovative products to the RV market with the T Model. Not only does this new model have a modular design that makes it among the most spacious campers in the category, but it allows electric vehicle owners an option to explore and adventure with limited loss of range to their vehicle.”
Measuring about 4 feet by 7 feet in the truck bed, the T Model unfolds to become a 9-foot by 7-foot truck camper. The 63-square-foot interior sleeps four to five people with 6 feet, 8 inches of headroom.
Because the T Model is 4 feet wide when folded, the truck camper can be stored in residential garages. Patented technology enables a single person to load or unload the camper in about 10 minutes.
The T Model has dual-layer air gap insulation walls and can be used year-round. The all-electric camper is solar-ready. Other features include:
- Folding queen, twin or bunk comfort system
- 24-gallon water tank (can be split to 12 gallons freshwater and 12 gallons grey water
- Hot water shower
- Sink, faucet, toilet and an induction cooktop
- Electric heat and air conditioning
- 75 inches of dry storage between both folding walls
- Large, lockable bed storage drawer
- Exterior racks to hold two e-bikes, four bikes or two kayaks/paddleboards
- Two side awnings
- Starlink internet
All Camp365units are made in America at manufacturing plants in Iowa and Minnesota. Production is slated to begin in the early summer of 2024.