With outdoor activities becoming more popular than ever before, it is becoming more and more obvious that we need to learn how to reproduce responsibly, especially when it comes to sustainability. Admittedly, the extra appreciation of nature is a good thing, but when you have to drag fuel-burning campers to the bounty through the gas-guzzling Land Rover, it’s just a verbal service.
But this was before the launch of the Nomadic System One (NS-1) trailer in the Colorado Campworks. It is designed as a 100% solar campervan with 200-watt photovoltaic cells installed on the roof. In practice, this means having enough juice to bring comfort to its various creatures, including electric heating cabins, indoor and outdoor LED lighting, and outdoor heated showers, and dual-burner induction cookers. And, if you want to upgrade your facilities, you can choose a variety of packages, such as “Supercharged Electricity” and “Digital Nomad” options to extend battery life or increase Wi-Fi connections. But the best part is that although the NS-1 trailer is equipped with an axleless Timbren 3500HD suspension and powerful BFGoodrich all-season tires, its NS-1 trailer is light enough to reach 1,750 pounds. You can purchase from here with a $36,000 price tag.