Created to take you and your crew on world adventures, the TruckHouse BCT
is perfect for the Nomad of today. Nevada-based startup TruckHouse
turns the latest Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro into a compact beast of an
all-terrain expedition vehicle, filling the void between massive
overland vehicles and 4×4 vans. The company used ultralight construction
techniques borrowed from the aerospace and marine industries, to create
its chassis-mount carbon fiber-reinforced composite monocoque camper,
and have given it all the amenities you would expect in a modern home.
The interior has a four-sleeper configuration, and features a queen-size
bed in the alcove, a wraparound sofa and dining table at the rear
(transforms into a double bed), a wet bathroom with a cassette toilet,
and a kitchen with stove, sink and refrigerator. There are also
double-pane windows throughout and a big skylight will help bring in
natural light and make the relatively small camper feel much bigger than
it is. There is a pass-through from truck cab to camper, and touches on
offer include an optional 32-inch LED TV on an articulated arm, heated
floors, 12V AC, outdoor speakers, awning, and more. Each camper is
custom built to order, which allows each owner to customize the look and
feel to their preferences.

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