Introduced Tab 400 Solo trailer for single travelersDecember 13, 2019
Fans of car travel have not yet opened a new season, but manufacturers of vans, trailers and campers are already preparing their new products. So, NuCamp from Ohio decided to give a gift to those who like to explore the world alone.
NuCamp came up with a very useful interpretation for its bestseller Tab 400 Teardrop: the trailer changed its name to Tab 400 Solo, which openly indicates its purpose. The car was created for lovers of traveling alone. The official release of the new items will still have to wait, but the company still managed to describe the future new product in as much detail as possible. Among the main features of the Tab 400 Solo, the foreign portal motor1.com names a double convertible bed and a new isothermal refrigerator.
The shape and dimensions of the new trailer are similar to the standard Tab 400 models. When unfolded, the bed boasts a size of 145×200 centimeters – it can comfortably accommodate two adults. There is no need for single travelers to lay out a bed, which allows you to save more free space in the so-called “living room”.
The trailer from the regular Tab 400 series offers a dining room for three people, which, if desired, can be converted into a second sleeping area. Also in this trailer there was a place for a bathroom, underfloor heating and an onboard kitchenette. The latter is equipped with a sink with a glass lid, two hot plates and a small refrigerator. In the sleeping area there is a convenient Froli sleep system.
The company offers customers an additional package of amenities, which include optics on LEDs, a “spare”, alloy wheels, curtains on windows, improved brakes and much more. A rich palette of shades with contrasting colors of the side walls and panels is available for the trailer.
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