Somewhere between a classic Sunrader and an EarthRoamer lies the latest overland truck camper to hit the market, the Tacoma-based TruckHouse BCT. TruckHouse, a new overland vehicle company based out of Sparks, Nev., worked for 2 years to bring its midsize backcountry vehicle vision to life. This new overland camper builds on the much loved Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro to create a compact luxury home on wheels. Taking cues from the very best expedition vehicles in the world, the TruckHouse BCT offers a cab to camper pass-through, four-season capability, and all the amenities you would expect in a modern home. “We were inspired by the idea of bringing the beloved 1980’s Sunrader 4×4 into the 21st century,” TruckHouse CEO and co-founder Matt Linder told us. “The BCT is built for those who desire a similar footprint of a van, the living space of a Class C RV, the capability of a purpose-built 4×4, and the fit, finish, and dependability of a high-end yacht.” So what’s the TruckHouse BCT all about? Here’s everything you need to know. Composite Luxury House on Wheels The TruckHouse BCT starts by building a one-piece, carbon fiber-reinforced, foam-core composite shell, using a vacuum infusion process. The whole idea here is light and strong. TruckHouse hasn’t calculated the final numbers yet, as it’s finishing up the first prototype now, but the naked shell will likely weigh just over 500 pounds. Double-pane windows throughout (seven total) and a big skylight will help bring in natural light and […]