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Winter-ready FlexCamp off-road camping trailer looks promising

It’s still in development, but it definitely has a market in the United States.

If you are looking for a compact, all-terrain ready caravan, ICC Offroad may have something for you. The German outfitter announces the FlexCamp – a concept of a camping trailer ready for winter. While it’s still something you can’t buy at this point, the four-season trailer looks promising and its specs aren’t to be laughed at.

FlexCamp all-terrain camping trailer, ready for winter

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FlexCamp all-terrain camping trailer, ready for winter

The FlexCamp was originally introduced in 2019 as a concept, but the company said development would continue in 2022. There was an incident within the development team, which is why the company had to extend the development phase.

The ICC FlexCamp was originally designed to be a small, lightweight SUV trailer. However, the company also imagines it as a camper van that fits into a bed, whether for your 4×4 or 6×6 truck. It can also be mounted directly on the chassis of a truck, making it a full-fledged motorhome.

Another interesting feature of the FlexCamp is its two-way extension. When parking, the wall pushes up and the roof lifts, revealing a substantial amount of space in the motorhome. That said, the height of the FlexCamp drops from 200 to 304 centimeters (79 to 120 inches) and its overall width extends from 204 to 334 cm (80 to 131 inches).

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The motorhome can accommodate three people and four people, with a dry toilet and a full kitchen that can be found inside and out. Several storage spaces are naturally in place, as well as provisions for freshwater and wastewater tanks. It is equipped with a 160 Ah lithium iron phosphate battery (LiFePO4), as well as an optional solar system and LED interior lighting.

ICC has not disclosed the price of this upcoming product, but expect more details by next year or as soon as it hits the market. Given its compact nature, we believe there is a market for this trailer in the United States where there is growing interest in adventure-ready vehicles.

Source: ICC Offroad

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