That would be amazing, but I bet very very expensive. I bet they will eventually sell rollers to the motorhome fabricators. I would pay for FSD and just have it drive through the night while a slept. Imagine waking up at your next campground.
Weight: 1980kg* ATM: 3000kg* Axle Capacity: 5200kg Brakes: 4-wheel ventilated disc Body Length: 5000mm Total Length: 6723mm Ground Clearance: 650mm Max Tyre Size: 35inch Low Height: 2470mm Max Height: 2780mm Body Width: 1920mm Wheel Track: 1690mm
Body Insulation R-value: Over 5.1 Water Capacity: 170L Internal body tank (more water storage available) Chassis: Certified engineered, air-tight & sealed (no holes), painted black, 125mm x 75mm with 2x recovery points and optional Warn winch. Suspension: Certified engineered, Bruder patented design, 12-inch adjustable wheel travel with correct geometry, 450 grade high tensile circular hollow section tapered suspension arms, 4x Bruder specific remote canister rose joint mono tube shock absorbers. Body: Certified engineered, Epoxy bonded closed cell composite up to 60mm with no pathway in construction for insulation leakage.
* Weight fluctuates up/down depending on options and build selected. Each EXP-6 GT is individually weighted
* ATM can be altered to suit application
Sadly with a uni-body Cybertruck, you cannot just cut the triangles on the side of the bed as they are part of the frame, you will have to wait until "earthroamer" or any other bed RV manufacturer makes one specific for the Cybertruck. No reason they couldn't.