TruckHouse BCT Expedition Vehicle

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There are times when you see a thing and you immediately recognize it as a thing you want. The BCT Expedition Vehicle is just such a thing. Built on the back of a modified Toyota Tacoma by the newly launched TruckHouse out of Nevada, the BCT was inspired by overcab camper shells from the ‘80s and the mighty 4×4 pickups that hauled them. While the BCT and those bygone campers share a spirit of adventure and the same compact utility, that’s where the similarities end — this is a fully modern overlander. 

Starting with the already capable Tacoma, the chassis has been given extra off-road prowess with a new front suspension for twelve inches of travel, a fully-fabricated rear axle, and reinforcement at every key structural component. Riding on rotary forged wheels and oversized all-terrain tires, you can take this where the roads end so your adventure can begin. 

Living quarters are housed inside the carbon fiber-reinforced composite shell that’s both light and durable, and the interior is four-season, severe-weather rated. An overcab queen bed plus a convertible dinette give four adults a place to rest their heads at night. During daylight hours, there’s a full galley with an induction stove, sink, drawer fridge, and microwave, plus a wet bath that comes complete with a cassette toilet. 

Solar panels come standard, as does huge, safari-style double-pane windows. And the slew of options — from LED TVs to AC — let you customize the BCT however you see fit. The base model will run you around $285,000. As TruckHouse’s first production model, this anywhere home will be built on a made-to-order basis with a limited number coming out in 2021. Start scouring your couch cushions now. 

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