A year ago the Luna was just an unnamed idea scratched onto a piece of paper and shared among inTech employees. Six months later and Luna was becoming a reality.
The Luna is different from anything the seven-year-old company had ever built before. The unique profile makes the micro-sized camper feel enormous inside. And, between the massive front windshield and two 48-inch wide windows on each side of the trailer, you always feel connected to the outdoors.
Nappanee, Indiana-based inTech RV previously developed four Flyer models—Chase, Pursue, Explore, and Discover.
Chase Flyer is the micro-lite camper that changed the way people look at camping. Chase makes getting out and exploring even the most rugged terrain easy and it can even be towed with a small car.
Pursue Flyer takes micro-lite camping to new levels. Small in size, big on features, Pursue is slightly larger than the Chase Flyer. The available slideout kitchen sets up in just seconds. Pursue was designed to provide more time to enjoy the outdoors and less time setting up camp.
Explore Flyer is the smallest, coolest micro-lite toy hauler on the market. Optional Tip-Out Beds expand the living area providing more space than other camper of its size. The rear ramp door makes loading ATVs, motorcycles, or just about anything a breeze.
Discover Flyer is the largest trailer/toy hauler and it’s ready for the big adventures. With the ability to transport a full size, four door, side-by-side there’s nothing stopping you from getting off the beaten path.
The all-aluminum, fully welded cage frame found on every Flyer means you have a lifetime of quality and family fun.
In a seeming sea of sameness in much of the teardrop trailer market today. Luna stands out in part due to its unique front cap and innovative outdoor galley.
Plus, it also feels more open and spacious than some competing models thanks to its wider and larger frame while actually weighing less than many of the other models.
The Luna is a new twist on the teardrop trailer with its large front window and longer length.
It also features 15-inch wheels to provide a safer and smoother ride. They are also wider than the standard 13-inch tires for the traditional teardrop tires.
With the all-new Luna, inTech is attempting to break the mold of traditional teardrop designs for ultra-light trailers.
First of all, Luna is bigger. It is 15-feet, 5-inches long, which is nearly two feet longer than the average 13 feet, 6 inches that most teardrops reach.
Luna is 5 feet, 9 inches wide; most micro-lites are 4-feet, 10-inches wide.
And, the interior height for Luna is 4 feet, 7.5 inches, which is taller than the average 3 feet, 11 inches of most teardrops.
Since the Luna is nearly two feet longer, inTech could offer things the other teardrop manufacturers could not.
Luna has the biggest kitchen on the market in a micro-lite.
An all-aluminum, fully welded cage is the frame for Luna. The all-aluminum design means no rot, no rust, and no corrosion.
The sleeping space offers a queen-size mattress with a built-in pillow. The mattress folds into a chair.
Also, the entertainment space on Luna can manage a 40-inch LED television screen.
The rear outdoor kitchen galley includes a three-burner liquid propane gourmet cook stove and residential high-rise faucet. Plus, there is a cooler and plenty of storage.
Luna is available in four unique exterior colors: Sunburst Orange, Electric Blue, Silver Mine, and Mediterranean Blue.
The MSRP for the Luna range from $18,950 to $19.950.
Make it a good day! Get outdoors!