When you have the privilege of monitoring the caravan space like we do, you end up seeing many intriguing designs and configurations – albeit some more intriguing than others. But every now and then a new model comes along that motivates you to clear space in your garage for a new addition.
Unveiled at this year’s SEMA Show, Bundutec’s BunduTRAIL takes just five minutes to set up, which is even more impressive when you find out exactly what it can do. Carefully designed to maximize storage and space, the BunduTRAIL features a chef’s cart-inspired outdoor kitchen with a 2-burner gas stove, dual-zone fridge/freezer, sink and an entire fold-out wall of utensils and Kitchen utensils for six people. There are even milkshake glasses and a mini spice rack.
As a livable unit, the trailer features an electronic pop-up rooftop tent that includes a double mattress, four ceiling fans and two LED lights, with a BunduSuite outdoor cabin attachment. Additionally, a 360 degree BunduAwn covers the entire camper for shade from all angles with a 385w solar panel on top.
The BunduTRAIL is simple but complicated, selling for R229,500 (about $13,242 USD), with additional goodies available through Bundu’s website.
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