The 10 best trailer designs to best present the 2021 trends!


After a tiring week at work, with the weekend happily looming in front of me, I often find myself fantasizing about a sweet little getaway! A few days away from my hectic life, and this hectic world, in a bubble of my own, where all my worries are nowhere to be found. The pandemic may restrict my actual travel plans, but it sure cannot restrict my daydreams of vacations! Jetsetting on a flight might not be a practical option at the moment, but I think camping is a plausible plan. There is nothing more heartwarming or exciting than lounging in a comfortable motorhome as you explore the countryside. You never feel out of place, because these little trailers manage to feel like a house on wheels! Fill it with your dear possessions, and it’s your home away from home. Not to mention that today’s trailer designs are super innovative and inventive! These resourceful campers manage to meet almost all of our needs, solving various problems and turning our camping experience into a rewarding and comfortable one.

1. The NoMad

The “NoMad” – a light and resistant vehicle which presents itself as a fusion between a traditional tent and a van with a futuristic look designed by Studio ABIBOO. Each NoMad creates this balance by designing 3 unique compartments – a wet area which contains the kitchen and bathroom, a living room / guest bedroom / study room, and thirdly a master bedroom which separates from the living room to help you log out at the end of the day. The trailer layout keeps the wet area at the center of the design, automatically creating a barrier / separation between the living room and the bedroom. Considering space constraints, every element of the vehicle’s design contains storage space and hidden seating areas. Clever use of decks means we can take advantage of the outdoor space once the trailer is installed.

2. The Bailey Discovery D4-2 motorhome

The Bailey Discovery D4-2 camping trailer is designed for adventurers who love their space. The USP of this motorhome is its inflatable awning which creates almost double the private space you need for your starry night getaways. Inside, D4-2 is equipped with all amenities and a fully furnished interior. The best part about that enlarged area – the clear panel which allows in plenty of sun and light while keeping those pesky mosquitoes away.

3. The cabin of the whale trailer

The 2021 Red Dot Design Award-winning Whale trailer cab, which as the name suggests derives its shape from the marine animal, comes with a navy blue and gradient white color exterior. From the pictures, the trailer’s white interior blends well with the exterior color scheme and adds to the luxury. The concept separates the sleeping, living and dining areas and has an extendable awning at the rear that provides more covered outdoor space to use. When you want to grab a bite to eat, the hidden front kitchen can be pulled out to give you a full kitchen at your disposal. In the middle is the living room with a sliding roof opening up space for more headroom and natural light.

4. Good place

Inspired by the mobile lifestyle and the movement of the wind, Wrocław-based architecture and interior design firm Znamy sie built Good Spot, Poland’s first mobile hotel chain concept that transforms semi- disused isothermal refrigerated trailers in two-room mobile camper vans. After a kitesurfing trip to the Polish coastal town of Hel, the designers at Znamy sie set out to conceptualize a chain of mobile hotels designed for customers to travel wherever the wind takes them. Focusing on the hotel’s mobility concept, Znamy sie first clad each dilapidated insulated refrigerated semi-trailer with a stainless steel exterior similar to that of the Airstream caravan. Inside each caravan, the designers have equipped the perimeter with all the amenities and functional elements found in hotels.

5. The RV2035 towable trailer

This is the RV2035 towable trailer designed to be aerodynamic for minimal impact on the road and fully compatible with electric vehicles focused on performance and maximum range. On the road, this trailer with a tight turning radius is a compact capsule behind an electric vehicle, but as soon as it arrives at the rest destination, there is another side to the platform. It opens to expand usable space to 120 square feet, as the raised roof and tent provide approximately 7 feet of headroom. In harmony with nature, the overhang of the wing a few centimeters above the ground preserves the integrity of the natural habitat below.

6. EXP-8

On the outside, the EXP-8 is a fortress with an insulated body and a sealed chassis. To tackle any demanding terrain, the all-terrain trailer features an independent mobile suspension system aided by the large 37-inch wheels for muddy terrain. That means a stable ride inside, even as you’ll tread the most demanding changing landscape on the planet. The platform will have its own water purification system and a 1600 W solar power generator on the roof connected to a 2.5 kWh battery for electricity needs. For backup there is also a 5,000 W inverter. According to Bruder, the trailer will also have a reverse osmosis system to purify water from natural springs, so die-hard explorers never run out of water. drinkable.

7. From Markies

Ten years after the Temporary Living competition, De Markies saw his first prototype and received the Rotterdam Design Prize People’s Choice Award in 1996. Fast forward to 2021 and De Markies still turns heads. Built with accordion extensions, De Markies’ shape begins as a cubic motorhome on the road and triples in size to form a full semicircle. Once De Markies takes its final shape, the motorhome’s master bedroom sits inside its opaque orange awning, while a solarium takes shape under the van’s transparent awning. Inside the caravan, a kitchen, bathroom and living room are equipped with all the amenities needed for a comfortable retreat on the road, including a stove, sink, worktop, storage space and tables.

8. The XL droplet

Lightweight and modern teardrop-shaped trailers are coming to the market very frequently these days. Despite this, there is still room for something like the Droplet XL, a secluded, spacious and naturally well-lit motorhome for weekend RVers, city dwellers and professional campers. After entering the market with Droplet 58, a small high impact trailer, the trailer maker is back with the next release called Droplet XL. This is a bright and modern secluded trailer with a queen bed and a fully equipped kitchen. Based on a powder coated steel frame, the trailer is made of a wood fiber frame covered with an aluminum composite skin, and between the two layers is closed cell foam for insulation.

9. The panoramic shelter

This design is a concept prototype step – developed by Kip in close collaboration with designer Karel Bodegom, the Dutch Tourism and Convention Bureau (NBTC) and a number of Dutch suppliers. Panorama Shelter’s large windows blur the divide between cozy interior and tranquil exterior. Windows make up the bulk of the side walls, a skylight brings in plenty of midday sunlight, the large front door is mostly glass, and the vehicle-facing side also has a huge panoramic window. For those times when you need complete privacy, there are built-in blackout and rolling screens. The sunroof can be raised slightly to let in ambient sounds. The teardrop comes with a flexible kitchen for indoor and outdoor cooking and a sink faucet that doubles as an outdoor shower. An induction cooktop is also powered by a built-in 240V power outlet and mini-fridge to store all food. The portable retractable toilet is sufficient for the daily needs for an extended trip.

10. The BMW M4 motorhome

Bradbuilds is a Los Angeles-based concept artist who reinvents many automotive designs with a crazy twist. Besides the BMW M4 motorhome, his other viral works also include a Tesla roadster safari. BMW is associated with luxury, not with adventure, but this concept really turns the image of the brand upside down to offer us a coupé motorhome that is both sporty and elegant. To accommodate the trailer, the designer removed the backseat from the car and optimized it for time off the grid. The vehicle is a 500 horsepower single bed motorhome. Interiors include all the items ideally needed for a road trip – a bed, a pair of solar panels, and a kitchenette. The suspension has been lifted and the tires have been replaced with sturdy BFGoodrich tires which make it ready to take on the road less traveled.


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