If you love retro outdoors in an Airstream you're going to adore Barefoot Caravans. These superb cool, egg-like units hail from the U.K. What's more, they are expected to starts on sales in the U.S. in 2020 through trailer and camper manufacturer nuCamp RV.
We saw the Barefoot face to face at RVX and its adorable didn't let us down. At around 16 feet in length, the monocoque, egg-formed body includes a minimal living space that can fit two individuals. The interior has a small kitchen space with a fridge, a two burner stove, solid oak countertops, and a sink. It is not easy to fit in a bathroom in a trailer this size, yet the Barefoot conveys with a shower, cassette toilet, mirror, and sink combo. A decent measured seating and dining space changes this into a six-foot by six-foot bed in which two people can take a rest.
In the European model, windows with screens and blackout blinds, LED lighting, and a warming and boiling water system come standard, as do the retro-styled 13-inch hubcaps. There are heaps of storage cubby openings to stash your garments, and the Barefoot even accompanies a little wine rack for all the outdoors oenophiles out there. Weighing 2,094 pounds, the Barefoot is heavier—and more costly—than the famous Happier Camper; however, it offers a more spacious inside inside and a bathroom.
The 13-inch wheels have retro dish hubcaps—combining the extra—and standard hues are Pale Gray, Cotswold Cream, and Duck Egg Blue, however, any tone can be fixed for a fee. The kitchen units, seating, and even the window treatments are all adjustable. The price has not been announced for U.S. models right now, yet the campers begins at £25,500 in the U.K., or about $33,321 today's trade rates. Our one question: How soon until we can take one out traveling?
Source: Barefoot Caravans