NüCamp RV is bringing a popular European camper to the U.S. Curbed.com reported that the Barefoot Caravan was founded by Cathy Chamberlain because she didn’t like the available campers on the market. Working with students from the Automotive and Transport Design Course at Coventry University in London, Chamberlain spent three years designing the fiberglass camper.

NüCamp RV announced that they will bring the Barefoot Travel Trailer to the North American market in early 2020. The camper was on display at RVX: The RV Experience, hosted by the RV Industry Association (RVIA).

At about 16 feet long, the monocoque, egg-shaped body features a compact living space that can sleep two. The inside boasts a small kitchen area with a fridge, a two burner stove, solid oak countertops, and a sink. It can be hard to fit a bathroom in a trailer this size, but the Barefoot delivers with a shower, cassette toilet, mirror, and sink combo. A good sized seating and dining area transforms into a six foot by six foot bed which can sleep two people.

In the European version, windows with screens and blackout blinds, LED lighting, and a heating and hot water system come standard, as do the retro-styled 13-inch hubcaps. There are loads of storage cubby holes to stash your clothes, and the Barefoot even comes with a small wine rack for all the camping oenophiles out there.

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