Scout Campers has released its second pickup truck camper, the $19,240 Yoho 6.0 that can sleep up to four people.
The Yoho can be placed on the bed of a mid-size pickup truck like the Toyota Tacoma or Ford Ranger.
Yoho's interior includes a kitchenette-like area, a bed, and a dinette that can convert into another sleeping space.
The camper can function off-grid by using its solar panels and lithium power station.
Scout Campers has released its second model this year: the Scout Yoho 6.0 camper unit that can sit on a mid-size truck bed for $19,240.
The Scout is a "backpack for a truck," according to its maker, in part because it carries several camper essentials, such as an enclosed sleeping space, lights, and a dining area. This allows the unit to have the same components of a camper van with the bonus of being pickup truck-capable.
The 913-pound camper was built with the intention of allowing it to be placed on mid-size trucks like the Toyota Tacoma and Ford Ranger, turning a pickup into a #VanLife-approved camper. Its lightweight build — which is achieved by using aluminum for its frame and fiberglass for the exterior and roof — sets Yoho up to be one of the most portable hard-wall truck campers available in the market, according to its maker.
Yoho is Scout Campers' second build. Its official announcement comes just on the heels of the company's first product, the Olympic, a $19,980 six-person capable camper that can also be placed on a pickup truck.
Similar to Scout's Olympic, the camper is off-grid and four seasons-capable, according to its maker.
Despite these similarities, the Yoho is a bit smaller than its Olympic predecessor with a floor length of 69.75 inches long, exterior width of 74.75 inches, and an interior height of 75 inches.
The Yoho has wood-less composite panels, shielding the camper from potential rotting, according to Scout Campers.
The tiny off-grid home on wheels includes a bed, dining area, and kitchenette-like space.
Its L-shaped dining area can be converted into two beds.
This allows the camper to sleep four people total: two on the “Convertible Lounge” and two on the bed.
Several kitchen components — such as a dual burner cooktop and refrigerator-freezer with WiFi— come as an optional add-on besides the standard sink and sink cover.
The camper is also equipped with a gear locker that's 66.4 inches wide, 17.5 inches tall, and 6 inches deep.
There's also a moon roof, which is similar to a sunroof but transparent and tinted.
The moon roof and Yoho’s windows all have screens and solar shades.
However, these windows aren't the only potential source of light in the camper: there's also an LED ceiling light strip.
Like the Olympic, a 4.5-BTU fireplace comes optional as a tiny home heater.
Scout Campers also offers an optional Batwing awning that covers 270 degrees of the camper and truck for those who want a shaded area around the parked truck ...
... and a portable toilet for those who want more privacy while out in nature.
The unit's features are powered by its off-grid capable systems, which consist of 160-watt solar panels, a lithium power station by Yeti, and 4.9-gallon water storage with filtration.
The lithium power station also comes with USB and dual 110-volt outlets for electronics charging.
The Yoho is now available for pre-order. Scout Campers will also soon be announcing its largest build, the Kenai, this summer.
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