The Next Generation camping trailer will have a modern design, intelligent technology, and better construction materials than ever before—and an Alde heating system.
Alde, a Swedish company, is sponsoring this unique project in Qatar where the future of RV camping is being created, according to a company announcement.
“It’s a unique and innovative project that has already drawn considerable attention,” said Håkan Streimer, sales and marketing manager at Alde.
“For us it’s extremely exciting to have the opportunity to participate as a partner.”
The Next Generation project is led by Matt Attenborough. Qatar University is also behind the project.
Attenborough felt that the development of trailers and motorhomes had stagnated, and moving to Qatar he began dreaming of the future’s mobile living.
He has now completed drawings for the camping trailer of his dreams and has begun crowdfunding. As soon as $125,000 target is achieved, construction of the prototype will begin, which is scheduled for presentation next winter.
The future’s camping trailer will feature significant advancements and innovations. It will have a one-piece casting in fiberglass, which is longer lasting, stronger, and lighter than conventional solutions; a lavish interior and smart technology throughout. It will also have slide-outs in all directions to provide large and flexible spaces.
Alde will contribute the heating system for the prototype, and will provide onsite support during production in Qatar when the time comes.
What makes the Next Generation different?
The Next Generation camping trailer will have a fully molded fiberglass monocoque body with axleless suspension, lavish fittings, and smart technology.
The majority of camping trailers are manufactured using a method called “vacuum laminating”, in which sheet building materials, made up of insulation and supporting materials, are formed using pressure. Four walls, a floor, and roof are attached together from this sheet material to build the camping trailer.
The monocoque body is one single piece of molded fiberglass, designed to improve durability and strength, and to weigh less than traditional models. There are no seams or joints to suffer from water damage, which means we can make the walls thinner, while maintaining insulation and maximizing interior space.
Next Generation RV
Using design and intelligent technology, The Next Generation is a project to develop a camping trailer you want to live in.
They are a company formed by enthusiasts for luxurious, intelligent and sustainable living, with a thirst to experience the amazing world around us. Thus, we are creating the Next Generation of camping trailers. With a fully molded fiberglass monocoque body, axleless suspension, lavish fittings, and smart features set in more space than you could believe, Next Generation is redefining the camping trailer as a real home from home.
Alde International Systems AB
Alde’s head office and factory is located in Färlöv, Sweden, outside Kristianstad, where it all began. The company has around 100 employees including their subsidiaries in Germany, the UK, and the US.
Alde has been developing hydronic central heating systems up in the frozen north for decades; they provide a high level of reliable, year-round comfort in mobile homes all around the world.
Today the company is represented in markets across the globe.
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