This article was produced in partnership with Dometic.
A far cry from the spartan cargo haulers of yesteryear, modern pickups come fully equipped and can range from the basic to the luxurious, with prices for high-end pickups hovering around $100,000. Amenities beyond powerful (and sometimes efficient) engines, durable 4×4 systems, and 10,000+ pound towing capacities can include on-the-go Wi-Fi; heated, cooled and massaging seats; wireless charging; door-to-door leather with woodgrain accents; and up to 12-inch touchscreens for complete infotainment centers.
All of this can make modern trucks, in most trim levels, great places to set up a mobile office or workspace. And if you don’t have the dough to splurge for the priciest pickup with all the nifty features, you can always outfit lower-trim models with cool aftermarket goodies that will enhance desktop capabilities on wheels of your truck and will help you get more work done. done, no matter where you are.
Although modern van interiors now rival the wood and leather-adorned cabins of vintage Rolls-Royces, there are still a few comfort features missing, primarily the mainstay of most ultra-luxury sedans: an integrated refrigerator. But you can easily remedy this by installing one of Dometic’s new CCF-T center console refrigerators. These compact refrigerators can be installed in the newest Ford pickup trucks – F-150 (2015-2020), Super Duty (2017-present) and Expedition (2018-present) – and now the latest addition to GM models: the Chevy Silverado 1500 (2019 -2021), Silverado HD (2020-present), GMC Sierra 1500 (2012-2021) and Sierra HD (2020-present).
Both units offer seamless integration into the existing center console with an easy-to-install design that plugs into the factory 12-volt outlet and has nifty features like touch on/off controls, internal LED lights, ports USB charging stations, and silent compressors approved for use inside vehicles. The storage capacity is 7.5 liters, or 12 cans of 12 ounces.