Not only the heating but also the insulation in the room is very good, isn't it?I love the idea of a hard-sided pop up with similar size/shape to the tent concept. We camped in an old Model S P85 in 1F/-17C overnight a few years ago. Had the heater at 64F all night, slept super comfortably and drove home without even charging (almost 200 miles driving). The electric HVAC in a smaller camper with decent insulation will be a game changer.
I have a teardrop trailer with propane heater I hope to convert to electric, then just keep the trailer plugged into the CT bed.
I turned over the whole content of another thread but did not find your message, I am very sorry
OK, I will start a new post devoted to all camping products.Please follow up.$135k seem a bit pricy for what one can get. I am sure they are targeting a very niche group (overland, anti-towing, high-budget). Funny… I‘m kind of in this group.
I love the camper design and “convenient enough to park & camp everywhere” idea. This one is definitely on my list for that reason alone. I have a family of 4, so it will be a bit tight to sleep 4, but we can make it work somehow.