Aero Build is serious about making trailers that make you feel right at home, even on long road trips.
The Tennessee-based company has unveiled an all-electric travel trailer called the Ghost, which is essentially a chic little house on wheels. This vehicle is packed with all the tech features to make sure you never have to rough it, even if you spend some time off the grid.
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Few caravan makers might look to the past for inspiration, but Aero Build’s vision is forward-pointing. Beach has a minimalist design that is sleek and modern. It stretches 18 feet end-to-end (21 when you add the tow bar) and has a stark black and white color scheme. Each side of the vehicle is equipped with its own panoramic window, and has a built-in retractable awning.
Where Beach really sets itself apart is its interior space. Aero Build’s trailer looks more like a stylish apartment than you’re camping. Although it’s relatively compact, the caravan has a private bedroom with a gel memory full-size mattress, a full bathroom with toilet and spa-style shower, plus a galley that can sleep two adults and enough space for a dinette. the night The kitchen area is one of the most impressive on the market, with a Smeg dual-burner ceramic cooktop, a sink, a 278-litre combination fridge-freezer, plenty of storage and a concealed bar rack. The trailer is equipped with two flat-screen TVs and Starlink Wi-Fi.
Powering the trailer and its many amenities is a powerful off-the-grid power system, which includes an 810-Ah lithium-ion battery bank and a pair of 3000-W inverters (h/t New Atlas). The large battery is aided by 1,360 watts of roof-mounted monocrystalline solar panels, but you can hook the vehicle up to shore power when needed.
Interested in buying an electric home on wheels? Ghost is available to order now on Aero Build’s website. The trailer starts at $124,900 and you have to put down a refundable $1,000 to reserve yours. Deliveries are expected to begin later this year.
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