An entire cottage industry has sprung up around Tesla’s proposed Cybertruck, with crowd-funded entrepreneurs designing accessories for an outlandish pickup truck that doesn’t yet exist.
What’s happening: Jalopnik provided a fun rundown the other day of all the budding engineers eager to capitalize on the Cybertruck — if and when it ever goes on sale.
There’s the CyberLandr (above), a pop-up camper that claims $110 million in “pre-orders” and features a bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom, and office when fully deployed.
- Its designer claims to have raised $540,000 in a crowd-funding campaign and said it is opening an R&D center near Tesla’s planned factory in Texas.
Cybercat, designed by a Seattle engineer, is a set of add-on pontoons that turn your Cybertruck into a boat.
Form Camper, another would-be Cybertruck RV, has perhaps wisely designed its unit to work with other electric…