Polydrops is now a well-known trailer manufacturer in the market. The company keeps introducing lightweight trailers for modern camping enthusiasts, ensuring that their offering remain affordable. Polydrops have been in the market since 2017 and they have made many success stories with their creations; the P21 teardrop trailer is its latest creation and it looks awesome with its aerodynamic design.
The P21 trailer has a unique design, which is more aerodynamic than average teardrop trailers, with the exterior done in white color. The design seems inspired by the famous Tesla Cybertruck, but the concept is very different; it is made like a knife’s edge that cuts through the wind smoothly reducing resistance, so you can cruise easily on the road.
The company states that the P21 teardrop trailer can be towed easily by any vehicle, even hybrid and electric vehicles. It has a weight of 1600 lbs which makes it ultra-lightweight and suffices for easy towing. So doesn’t matter what kind of vehicle you have, P21 will be a worthy companion to your camping adventures.
The interior of the P21 trailer is impressive just like its exteriors. It offers a queen-sized bed, a separate kid’s bed, a convertible lounge, a kitchen countertop with a sink, a convertible shower, Porta Potti, and enough space to stand. This simply means that it provides a comfortable stay on the go for small families. It is heavily insulated and features zero thermal bridge construction thus making it an ideal teardrop trailer for all seasons.
The lighting inside the P21 teardrop trailer is nice and allows one to enjoy the stay during nighttime. For daytime, there are a good number of windows in this trailer so sunlight can keep the interior well-lit. You can reserve the Polydrops P21 right now for a fully refundable $100 deposit. The production is likely to begin in Q4 2024. P21 will come in two options: the base model starting at $35,900, and the all-electric option at $49,500. The electric variant can be fitted with LFP battery, solar panels, and a climate control system, optional.
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