GFC, a producer of aftermarket parts, has introduced a new platform camper for the Ford Maverick, making it more suitable for outdoor activities. The platform is $7,700 and features a 50x90-inch sleeping surface and a 7.5-foot-tall pop-up living area. It has a two-layer foam mattress and folds up effortlessly for storage.
The camper is supported by an aluminum structure that is both light and sturdy. There is also a removable part of modular flooring that makes a passageway.
The translucent composite material used for the camper's roof diffuses and reflects light from the sun. The camper's total weight is 255 pounds. Each of GFC's Maverick platform campers, the company says, is built to order and may be ready in as little as eight weeks.
The camper is not exclusive to the Ford Maverick, as it is made to accommodate a wide range of midsize pickups. Another choice is the GFC $3,900 platform rooftop tent, which is smaller, lighter, and more adaptable than the one just mentioned.