From Modern-day Ark To Futuristic Helicopter: 5 Cool Trailers To Love

Mobility and living on the move are important themes in today’s fast-moving world. Fun, creative, and futuristic, here are five revolutionary RV models that are sure to turn heads. Blue Eye Noah This revolutionary RV model is considered as a modern-day Ark constructed for those “Blue-eyed Noahs” with full protections and best facilities, it’s an […]

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4 More Cool Trailers

In a day where many recreational vehicles can easily cost six-figures and measure 40-feet or more, some people are returning to basics resulting in the minimalist RV trend gaining momentum. Numerous vintage trailers, Airstreams, and other cool campers have been featured in Vogel Talks RVing. From modular trailers to bizarre shaped campers here are four that’ll certainly turn […]

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Bailey Approach Wins 2014 Caravan Club Motor Caravan Design & Drive Awards

In an earlier report on Vogel Talks RVing, I detailed the 2014 Caravan Club Motor Caravan Design and Drive Awards winners. Motor Caravan manufacturer, Bailey of Bristol, won first and second place respectively in the Coachbuilt Motor Caravans class costing between £45,000 and £60,000 ($75,700 and $101,000). its two entries, the Approach Autograph 740 and […]

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The Next Generation: The Trailer You Want To Go Camping In

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 […]

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Yacht-Inspired Caravisio—The RV of the Future

Citing declining registration numbers for caravans in Europe, German manufacturer Knaus Tabbert GmbH decided to rethink camper design by initiating the “Caravisio-The Caravan of the Future” project as an approach to the problem and to provoke thought. The Caravisio reflects a collective vision of what may be technologically possible in the future. Based on both […]

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