Living Vehicle’s ‘CyberTrailer’ is a Sandcrawler for your Tesla Cybertruck | CAR Magazine

Living Vehicle’s ‘CyberTrailer’ is a Sandcrawler for your Tesla Cybertruck

Published: 16 May 2024

► Living Vehicle’s ‘off-grid’ CyberTrailer
► The ultimate Cybertruck towing accessory?
► Yours for the low, low price of $175,000

Could this be the ultimate trailer to live off the grid? Living Vehicle, an ‘RV specialist’ based in California, has created the CyberTrailer – an enormous trailer that’s designed to accompany your electric truck. A passing resemblance to the Jawa’s Sandcrawler from Star Wars is thrown in for free.

The CyberTrailer is armed to the teeth with tech and engineering, aiming to provide the wealthy Tesla Cybertruck (or Ford F-150 Lightning, or Rivian R1T) owner the ultimate in off-grid living. Living Vehicle says the CyberTrailer is ‘a testament to sustainability and self-sufficiency.’

Living Vehicle’s promotion of the CyberTrailer is awash with buzzwords and hyperbole, pointing out that it can act as a mobile charging station for your electric truck (as well as being able to power all manner of things inside) using solar panels and backup power generators.

Thirsty? Your water needs are taken care of via a water generation system that ‘extracts moisture from the air,’ and is combined with a system that can recycle water from, er, other sources. The aim is for those who own a CyberTrailer to experience the great outdoors ‘without leaving a trace.’

Images are scant (and laughably dark, where we’ve had to brighten them up before publishing), and we have no preview of the CyberTrailer’s interior, but Living Vehicle promises a luxury experience inside.

And you’d expect it to be, considering the CyberTrailer is priced at a heady $175,000 – more than twice the price of an all-wheel drive Tesla Cybertruck is priced at in the States.

By Jake Groves

CAR's deputy news editor, gamer, serial Lego-ist, lover of hot hatches