The development of the EV market and acceptance for RVs are seamlessly blending together into a captivating market for EV-friendly RV products, from fully electric motorhomes to Ultralight camping trailers. According to Colorado Teardrops reviews, the market involves teardrop trailers that double as rolling charging stations. With lithium power installed, Colorado’s new boulder camper can fully charge the tow vehicle to compensate for the lowered range added at the hitch, making sure that voyagers get back without a glitch.
Battery-packed camping trailers have been available in recent years to boost the capacity of electric tow vehicles. Some flaunt the ability to kickstart Tesla With enough power to get to the nearest station. Others tout a comparatively grand target of self-powering the trailer wheels to reduce the effective traction load to zero; however, those exist just as prototypes.
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With the intention of a 16.3 foot (5 m) boulder trailer, Colorado Teardrops stepped between other electrified trailer concepts and provided the trailer adequate battery supply to make up for the lost energy during towing. This end goal is similar to a self-powered electric trailer but without the hardware or software of the e-drive. Colorado Teardrops plans to equip the boulder with a DC quick charger for quick and convenient electrical transmission. Colorado Teardrops are ready to install the Boulder with a DC fast charger for fast electrical transfer.
“The ability to return an electric vehicle to its original range and provide recharging capabilities through renewables will extend camping opportunities far beyond the current range and enable a new level of environmentally responsible camping possibilities,” Colorado Teardrops founder Dean Wiltshire says about the Boulder project’s inspiration.
In terms of battery placement, Colorado Teardrops doesn’t reinvent the wheel. Instead, it is borrowing the popular flat-mounted, under-floor chassis integration from the EV industry. This arrangement would keep the trailer’s centre of gravity down low and stay out of the way of the above living facilities. Above the chassis lies a lightweight, shielded, hard-sided body. The battery weight is supported by a 3,500-lb (1,588-kg) torsion axle; however, at 1,950 lb (885 kg) dry state, the Boulder isn’t too hefty to start.
The convertible interior features a 60 x 78-in (152 x 198-cm) queen bed, and two bunks can accommodate four people stay. In addition, there are two doors for comfortable exit and entry and can also provide fresh air and scenery.
The Boulder galley provides free space for the buyer to fill in. The layout is procured from Colorado’s Mount Massive trailer featuring a dual opening with a countertop and cabinetry. The doors double as the shelf provides additional workspace. In addition, Colorado intends on providing myriad galley options, an induction cooktop and a fridge/freezer that can utilize the trailer’s abundant battery capacity. Colorado is currently finding electric A/C and heating alternatives for the trailer to fully operate on electricity. Optional solar charging will also be available.
The eccentric shape, neither a boulder nor a teardrop, appears to be completely aerodynamically driven. The sidewalls are skewed inwards to reduce the tow vehicle’s width, and the levelled top stops the trailer from rising high. The interior is 55 inches (140 cm) to the ceiling.
Colorado Teardrops is in its initial phases of development. The specs might change; however, its exterior design must be modified because its initial design ruins the natural beauty of the old-style teardrop. It will be more striking for the first adopters to drive a stylish EV with a sophisticated design and a more luxurious amenities package.
Colorado Teardrops accepts reservations at discounted prices. Their first model is anticipated to be delivered within a year, but it could easily delay if supply chain issues continue due to the pandemic.