Unlike other trailers, the TigerMoth Camper is a compact home on wheels that actually generates power while being towed. That’s right, it boasts a built-in electrical system that generates energy, while the camper’s battery stores that energy for at least seven days, making living off the grid a breeze. It can comfortably sleep two people, and comes complete with LED lighting installed in the kitchen area as well as the sleeping quarters. The 5.5-square-feet of countertop ensures easy food preparation. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“Although certainly compact, the camper sleeps two comfortably and thanks to its lightweight size of just 900 pounds, can be towed virtually anywhere. The unique side latch allows for easy access and the large window allows for amazing views and air circulation. Built with adventurers in mind, the small structure has a roof rack system for bikes or kayaks, a tongue-mounted toolbox, and a roof cargo deck for additional gear storage,” according to Inhabitat.