This Carbon Fiber Rooftop Pop-Up Tent Has Its Own Solar Electrical Systems

As overlanding has continued to grow in popularity over the last decade or so, aftermarket companies have raced to fill the growing demand for off-road parts, gear, and peripherals, and nowhere is this more true than in the rooftop tent sector. And while the industry has been inundated with these rooftop shelters, we have yet to see anything else quite like Redtail Overland’s newly-unveiled RT90 and RT110 Redtail Rooftop Campers.

These hard-sided top-shelf rooftop tents feature shells constructed entirely from carbon fiber and ultra-durable dual-pane, impact-resistant windows made from polycarbonate — the same material frequently utilized in helicopter windshields. Inside, this pop-up tent packs a quiet diesel heater, locking doors and windows, USB and 110V outlets, an adjustable fan, dimmable interior and exterior LED lighting, and a 250W inverter, Lithium-ion power bank, and roof-integrated solar panels (either 330 or 210W) to power the entirety of the aforementioned systems. A folding design backed by gas struts allows the rooftop tent to be erected or broken down in just 30-seconds, too. Available for pre-order now with a 10% deposit, the Redtail Rooftop Camper is offered in two versions: the $20,000 RT90; and the $25,000 RT110. For more details, you can check out the Redtail Overland website below.

Purchase: $20,000+