The need to return to nature in stressful times to heal and grow has been apparent recently. As a result, towable trailers, RVs, caravans, and houses on wheels have been a trend, a report said.
This sustainable trailer gives back to nature. The RV2035 towable trailer is created by Jason Carley to be aerodynamic to minimize impact on roads. It is completely compatible with electronic vehicles that focus on performance and maximum range.
This trailer with a narrow turning radius can be an extremely compact vehicle behind an EV. However, once it reaches its final place, there’s an additional aspect to the rig. It can be “unwrapped” to increase the usable space to 120 square feet because of the roof and tent offering around seven feet headroom.
The wing cantilever a few inches above the ground preserves the integrity of the natural habitat underneath.
The exterior structure of the trailer consists of carbon fiber, a lightweight material that can be recycled and is durable. The sections that are expanded on each side have two rooms to provide privacy, and the windowed flaps with screens let in nature.
The rear of the house features a kitchenette with an enclosed cooler and an ice maker. The display on the induction cooktop informs the cook about the weather and battery condition, as well as the best time to recharge.
The solar panels that are activated by motorized brackets follow the direction of the sun, ensuring that they are aligned so that they can capture the maximum amount of solar energy.
To the left of the solar panels, are the channels for harvesting rain which collect grey water for the toilet or laundry.
At night, the trailer transforms into an ideal place to sleep with a sofa and two twin cots that convert into a queen-sized bed.
A small bathroom equipped with a showerhead permits daily chores to be completed in total privacy.
After your adventure, the trailer can be taken back to the rental outfitter, and it will be ready for its next adventure. Modifications can be made to meet the customer’s needs or the climate conditions.