Conversions for everything from a Jeep Gladiator to a Ford F-350 are available.
If the name GEO-cab sounds familiar, you might be thinking of German-based GEHOCab, which we wrote about in August 2020. The companies are connected – GEO-cab is the San Diego-based distributor for GEHOCab, and we’re about to see some rather impressive camper conversions coming to the US for a wide range of pickup trucks and SUVs, including the upcoming Ford Bronco.
The Bronco and the Land Rover Defender were actually the focal points of our previous report, but the transition from Germany to the States calls for a transition in size as well. To that end, GEO-cab now offers a line of campers called Badger that install directly to the source vehicle. Depending on the Badger model you choose, that can be something as small as the aforementioned Bronco or a Jeep Gladiator. On the other end, large campers are available for full-size trucks like the F-Series, Ram, or Chevrolet Silverado.
The smallest Badger is the ST. According to GEO-cab, it measures between 155.5 and 167.3 inches and offers a ceiling height of up to 78.7 inches. The layout includes sleeping accommodations for two with an extra sleeping area available, and despite the small size, a variable-size bathroom is part of the package. It’s designed for SUVs like the G-Class, though the slightly larger Badger LT is also available for the G (extended wheelbase) as well as the Jeep Gladiator and older Land Rover Defenders. It offers the same ceiling height while being a bit longer, and it can sleep a total of four people. For the full story, check out this article from Motor 1.