Home base for the serious adventurer.

Built with unprecedented strength and craftsmanship, the BCT takes innovation, design, and state-of-the-art build processes to the highest level to create the most capable mobile base camp.

With a cabin designed like a yacht and a chassis rugged enough for true backcountry travel, the BCT will effortlessly take you further than ever before. Push it a bit, and this rig will defy your imagination.


Designed to maximize the outdoor experience, the BCT is built by enthusiasts for enthusiasts. TruckHouse's vehicles serve intrepid nomads who find value in creating their own adventure and demand the most out of themselves and their gear.



Effortlessly float down the gnarliest roads with the long travel independent front suspension and the beefed up rear end. Whether you are ripping up to the mountain with your family for a pow day or navigating the rockiest trails to your secret trout stream, TruckHouse rigs are equipped with the perfectly selected and tuned suspension for the job. 

TruckHouse BCT Composite Hatches (Photo Credit: Max Hall @mountain.max)

The 4-season rated 'house' is extraordinarily quiet,  remarkably strong, and has an insulating value similar to that of your favorite cooler. The unsurpassed strength to weight ratio means you can take your BCT down the trail without sacrificing any off-road capability or driving performance. The carbon fiber reinforced composite shell makes TruckHouse rigs the pinnacle of capability and livability.



BCT Front

Designed and built for the long haul, every TruckHouse component is engineered and tested to withstand the toughest conditions. The Toyota Tacoma chassis is world renowned for its reliability  and the BCT conversion only enhances that reputation.



Our ORigin

Founded in 2019, TruckHouse was established to make the dream of living a go-anywhere, do-anything lifestyle possible. Inspired by the small 4x4 campers of the 1980s, TruckHouse is determined to produce expedition vehicles for the modern adventurer.

Lola the dog in the _Yotahome4x4
The 1987 4x4 SunRader that started it all.
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