The Loki Basecamp Icarus is the brand’s new truck bed camper that packs lots of features into a compact footprint. Right now, it only exists in renderings, but the company plans to start pricing at $69,000.
The Icarus has a reinforced fiberglass hull with double-density synthetic composite insulation so you can take a camping trip even in the winter. It also comes with an air conditioner and heater for even more comfort.
There are plenty of options and upgrades available. Buyers can get 300 watts of solar power, 600 amp-hours of lithium batteries, and a 2,000-watt inverter. Customers can also select the exterior colors and interior finishes.
The exterior has a front-mounted LED light bar and utility lamps on the side and rear. There’s also a spare tire rack and multi-purpose utility drawer. A roof rack on top offers a space to secure equipment.
The interior includes a removable shower or can be a seating area with a table. There are removable 68-inch aluminum platforms and anchor points for attaching gear. A hidden area provides a spot for a removable toilet. A kitchenette includes a stainless steel sink, induction cooktop, and refrigerator. There’s room for a queen-sized bed for a good night’s sleep.
Loki is making the Icarus in 6- and 8-foot variants. They can fit popular trucks like the Ford F Series, Toyota Tundra, Ram pickups, Chevrolet Silverado, and GMC Sierra, as long as they have a bed big enough to fit this camper.
The Icarus sits a step below Loki’s Basecamp truck bed camper that starts at $135,000. It has a strut-assisted liftgate that can also serve as an awning. There are large windows for getting a great view of the outdoors when camping.