The Toyota Tacozilla camper's price point may surprise you

Cara Houlton November 3, 2021
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Toyota revealed the Tacoma Tacozilla camper van at the 2021 SEMA show in Las Vegas – but what price is it?

What are the camper van’s features, how much does it cost and where can you buy one? We’ve had a look into the Tacoma Tacozilla to find the answers.

What is the Tacozilla camper van?

A custom camper van modelled on the Toyota Tacoma, the Tacozilla takes inspiration from Toyota’s camper vans of the 1960s and 1970s.

The retro design features an exterior colour scheme of bronze, yellow and orange. The interiors feature similar colours, while it offers a bathroom and kitchen.

Other features include a TV, pop-up skylight and 3D-printed kitchen table that turns into a sleeping area.

How much does one cost?

For the time being the Tacozilla camper van isn’t available to buy. The only Tacozilla camper van model made is the prototype shown at SEMA.

However, with the praise the camper has been getting since the show, Toyota may well start to roll out production of the Tacozilla.

The 2022 Toyota Tacoma, which the Tacozilla was modelled on, currently ranges from $26,000 to $39,255 depending on the model. With the Tacozilla having numerous features on top, we can presume the its price range will be much higher.

However, if you can’t wait to get your own camper van we found many models for sale on eBay ranging from £5,000 to £17,000.

Where can you buy it?

As the camper vans have yet to be released to the public, the Tacozilla can’t be bought yet. However, there are many other great campers on the market from a number of manufacturers.

For example, inspired by the Chinook campers of the 1960s and 1970s, the Summit model at Chinook RV gives a retro feel plus lots of space and features.

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Cara is a journalism student studying at Goldsmiths, University of London. She has a passion for entertainment, news and storytelling, which is where her love for journalism started.