by Jincy IypeOct 05, 2019
Imagine an off-road camper trailer that is 15 feet long and seven feet wide, and encompasses an expansive design with plentiful living and storage room, as well as expandable outdoor features. Going off the grid in luxurious comfort, automaker OPUS has released its first compact home on wheels with the hybrid caravan OP 15’. Its tough, black exterior lends a matte aesthetic and is built to withstand all elements of the outdoors, along with providing contrast to its light, bamboo interior.
OP 15’ is perfect for adventure enthusiasts who like to travel in comfort and luxury, ready to venture off wherever they want. Opus' first hard-sized trailer has a pop-up roof, which provides extra headroom, which makes it comfortable and large enough for a nuclear family. It also features an extendable rear that yields more room for the interior cabin.
The caravan’s insides are equipped with a leatherette dining area, and admirably, a full-sized bamboo dresser to make it distinctly sustainable. Whether it is the dry savannas of Texas or the wintery white expanses of Alaska, the camper is suitable for all weather conditions, as it supplies hot water on demand, along with other features, such as a heater and built-in air conditioner. There’s no compromising on the lounging - it includes a king-sized bed, twin bunks, and an entertainment system.
OP 15’ makes sure that one of the best experiences of camping - the cookouts, are great, with the stainless-steel kitchen that extends towards the outside when the trailer is parked. It comes with a chopping board, a prep deck and access to the pantry. The unit is engineered into drawers that are part of the side of the trailer, and are pulled out when stationary. It also comes with a large electric cooler - the Dometic CFX75, which is a savvy cross between a fridge and a freezer. By placing a fully functional kitchen area outside, the indoor space is maximised efficiently when on the move.
The motor home by Opus is powered with 3,100ah AGM batteries, which are linked to a 300 watt solar system. A pronounced hitch is employed at the end of a galvanised steel chassis so the trailer is braced for challenging terrains and roads. Each wheel employs twin shock absorbers and trailing arm independent suspension, making sure that the ride is smooth, no matter how long and bumpy. Built for anyone who loves adventures on the road, the OP 15’ caravan explores the spirit of a wayfarer, aiding in discovering the outdoors in opulence and comfort.