Toyota’s TRD Pro-spec Tacoma already represents one of the most capable, turn-key high-performance pickups currently in production, so when the Sierra Nevada’s TruckHouse set out to deliver an immensely rugged yet plushly-appointed off-road expedition camper, the Tacoma TRD Pro was an incredibly natural choice for a donor platform.
Dubbed the BCT, the rig is inspired by the 1980s-era Sunrader, built around a Tacoma TRD Pro, and measures 21’11” in length, 7’1” in width, and towers at 9’11” tall. Constructed from an ultra-hardwearing shell built using state-of-the-art composite infusion techniques, the company aptly describes the forthcoming off-road trailer as “an offshore racing yacht (built) on a trophy truck.” Inside, there’s a queen bed, galley, bathroom, 6’3.5” ceilings, and full electrical and water systems. Despite the supporting a living space comparable to a full-sized Class C RV, the BCT retains the TRD Pro’s off-roading capabilities with 11” of ground clearance, more than a foot of suspension travel, and 39.5° approach angles and 19.5° departure angles. Having recently finished the final prototype, the Nevada-based company aims to deliver its first units within the next year. The BCT starts at approximately $285,000, though there’s a wide array of available upgrades, meaning fully-optioned rigs will go for closer to $380,000.
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