Impressive EVs like the Tesla Model X and Model Y require campers that perfectly clad their make for unforgettable camping experiences. Aerocabin One is one such compact camper for towing but is fairly large when placed at the campsite. Developed by Dutch trailer and awning specialist Smitveld, this trailer has individual dedicated spaces for living and sleeping areas, thanks to its vibrant honeycomb body styling.
A base weight measuring 17.4 feet (5.3m) long and weighing 1,984 lb (900 kg), makes it easily manageable on rough terrains and renders comforts for unlimited traveling. Its unique design and layout can fold and slide into bigger sizes creating a larger multi-room living space. The camper adorns a pop-up roof and frontal slide-out hardware to fully expand rendering more space to work around.
A wide door entry (cut low) makes room for ample space and is complemented with a nearby fridge. The interior of Aerocabin One had dedicated spaces for the kitchen, bedroom and pull-out unit. The open kitchen is L-shaped and is tucked in a corner. This camper is best for campgrounds with bathroom facilities as it does not have one of its own.
With all the modern amenities here, it adapts to a spacious layout for the perfect dining experience. Drawers and shelving make room and dispel any storage issues. Aerocabin One offers a unique outdoor kitchen to let the campers enjoy the environs too. Accessible by first putting down the frame and then the unit on the inside, the entire stove-area worktop can be removed from the indoor kitchen and nests comfortably inside the frame.
The leftover space in the camper is multifunctional and converts into separate bedroom and lounge areas. The sleeping area has space for a near-king-size mattress. The adjacent dining table folds to the sides making room and clearing the path. Aerocabin One camper is available at a price of €39,000 (approx. US$41,150).
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