Tesla has launched a variety of accessories for the Cybertruck after its launch event on Thursday, where it handed over the first few units to customers.
Tesla finally released pricing, range, trim levels, and other specs for the Cybertruck, and now that the pickup is finally in the hands of those who have waited patiently for four years, accessories are also available.
Among the more notable picks in the Tesla Cybertruck shop are the Cybertruck BaseCamp, two different wrap options, storage solutions, and a tailgate ramp.
Tesla Cybertruck BaseCamp
Tesla’s Cybertruck BaseCamp is a great option for anyone who plans to use the vehicle for camping or similar outdoor activities:
“Bring your campsite with you on the road, featuring an ultra-light geodesic air-frame design, the Cybertruck BaseCamp Tent can be inflated in minutes using a manual pump without the need for any structural poles. A tactical grey kaleidoscope-patterned nylon interior keeps you safe from the elements, while screen windows allow for airflow to keep you comfortable. Relax on an ultra-soft mattress while taking in a view of the stars.”
Retailing for $2,975, the Cybertruck BaseCamp seems like a great accessory to have for anyone who plans to spend a few nights in the Cybertruck.
Tesla Cybertruck Wrap Options
Tesla Cybertruck wraps were all the speculation over the past few years. Elon Musk said we would be able to wrap the Cybertruck in any color or pattern a few years ago. For now, Tesla says Black or White will do.
“Wrap your Cybertruck in one of our premium color paint films, only available through Tesla. Offered in Satin Black and Satin White.”
Tesla is offering these wraps for $6,500, just a month or so after it started offering seven different wrap colors on the Model 3 and Model Y. Perhaps the colors will expand as the Cybertruck production ramp intensifies, but for now, these, along with a clear PPF, are what is available to customers.
Tesla Cybertruck Tailgate Ramp
Tesla is offering a tailgate ramp for people who want to load up a dirtbike, ATV, or other things into the bed of the Cybertruck.
This is a great option considering the company has evidently geared a lot of the products, and the truck in general, to those who have an appreciation of the great outdoors:
“Load it up, haul it out. The Cybertruck tailgate ramp makes loading and unloading easy. The lightweight ramp is easy to install and can be used individually to move hefty gear or in pairs to load four-wheel vehicles like Cyberquad.”
It’s also very nice to see that Tesla is still intending to develop the Cyberquad, based on the description of the product.
Along with floormats, glass roof sunshades, storage trays, spare tire and tool kit, and bumper protectors.
Oh, and an “OMFG Decal,” that gives a nice ode to the shattered window that was caused by the metal ball Chief Designer Franz von Holzhausen chucked at the window in 2019.
Not included in the accessories shop yet is the Range Extender that will be available for the Cybertruck.