The Cybertruck isn't even in production yet, but that hasn't slowed companies down from accessorizing Tesla's pickup. The latest to submit their concept is Form. Taking advantage of the car's off-road capability, the California-based startup has introduced a modular camper. The lightweight, free-standing structure is built with a carbon fiber shell that weighs in at only 1,000 pounds. It attaches to the truck bed and unfolds into a 195-square-foot basecamp, complete with an indoor and outdoor kitchen and sleeping area. A solar array offers 400 watts of power, while a fan circulates airflow to keep the interior hot or cold and a reverse osmosis water system provides 100 gallons of water usage to 50 gallons stored for off-grid living. There's no need to wait on a Cybertruck, the Form Camper works with most truck brands with 5 to 8-foot beds.