Colorado Teardrops to release EV adventure trailer

Colorado Teardrops to release EV adventure trailer

The Boulder is a teardrop trailer designed to encourage the sale of EVs and for getting over the hurdle of reduced EV range while towing.

Colorado Teardrops is announcing its new patent-pending teardrop camping trailer designed for use with EVs, The Boulder. The company says the new model will increase an EV’s range and make camping more accessible to owners of EVs.

The Boulder is a teardrop trailer designed to encourage the sale of EVs and for getting over the hurdle of reduced EV range while towing. The Boulder has batteries to recharge the batteries of the EV vehicle; using a DC fast charger connection, the EV can be recharged from the trailer. Further, the company says the trailer is built from light, strong materials to maximize the range of both vehicles: the towing EV and the trailer.

The Boulder comes with an insulated hard-shell cabin and beds for up to a family of four, including a queen-size mattress and bunk beds, a dining lounge with couches, electrical outlets and an exterior kitchen galley in the back. It also includes features like a hot-water shower and interior climate controls.

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