In 2021, TruckHouse launched its very first adventure vehicle, the BCT, which utilized a Tacoma truck base and aimed to bridge the gap between large overlanders and camper vans. Inspired by ‘80s-era Sunraders, the Nevada-based company began with the mindset of bringing old-school 4×4 charm to modern-day technology and construction. Well, with its second-ever model, TruckHouse has taken that ethos a few steps further.
Riding on the same mission, TruckHouse has now debuted the BCR, an off-road camper that builds its living quarters on top of the Prospector XL RAM 3500 chassis from American Expedition Vehicles (AEV). However, this is not just a custom build but a full-on collaboration with AEV. Together, the two brands have unleashed a new turnkey camper that isn’t just your average 4×4. Crafted with aerospace-grade materials, the BCR utilizes a carbon fiber monocoque shell that’s been fully integrated with the truck chassis underneath, with the option of a pass-through truck cab available as well. If that weren’t enough, TruckHouse has also debuted its patent-pending HiPR Foil technology, which sets out to redefine what’s possible in terms of aerodynamics. The “High Pressure Reduction” system works by pulling air away from the front of the cab-over in order to maximize fuel economy and improve drivability.
Favoring luxury and spaciousness, the interior is quite impressive as well. Sleeping four adults, the open floor plan features 6’6” of headspace and a large kitchen area with an induction cooktop, convection oven, microwave, sink, and fridge/freezer unit. Since it’s Starlink-compatible, you can work remotely with ease, and there are three toilet system options to choose from as well. There’s also 270º of window coverage for a panoramic view in the U-shaped rear dinette.
Although it won’t be available until winter 2024, you can pre-order the BCR now from TruckHouse’s website. Contact a sales agent for pricing.