The camper fits 5ft pickup bed vehicles like the Ford Ranger, Toyota Tacoma, and Nissan Frontier, if you opt for the Falcon 5 model. Loki’s lineup also features Falcon 6, for 6.5 ft bed pickups such as the Ford F series, Toyota Tundra, Dodge RAM, GMC Sierra, Nissan Titan, and Chevy Silverado. The Falcon 8 is the biggest option and works on 8ft pickup beds of approximately 3,000 lb. No changes need to be made to your base truck.
The pod is designed for sport-specific adventures, with its large strut-assisted lift-gate, a weather-shielding extension, and tie-down track that allows you to secure your sports equipment such as snowboard, skis, bikes, backpacks, and so on.
There’s a removable shower, a mudroom where you can toss all dry or wet clothing, and the space can also be converted to a table and seating. You've also got a lounge area, a small kitchen space with an ergonomic counter, stainless steel sink with a bendable faucet, and an induction cooktop.
The queen-size bed in the bedroom makes sure you don’t miss your bed back home.
The double glazing in the windows and the built-in pressure system ensure they can cope with high altitudes and extreme weather. The electrical system uses the power of the sun, thanks to the 360W roof-mounted solar.
The Basecamp Falcon might be every adventurer’s dream but it is a pricey one to achieve, starting at a staggering price of $135,000, truck not included. If money is not an issue, you can pre-order it now. The estimated delivery date is the first quarter of 2022.