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双语 | 预售18,900美元的入门级露营车内附一张双人床,还可以越野驾驶——来一窥北风之神AT的内部细节吧

Business Insider 徽标 作者:bchang@businessinsider.com (Brittany Chang) Business Insider 中的 | 幻灯片 14 - 1: Boreas Camper created an entry level off-road capable camper trailer equipped with its own power systems, bedroom, and galley for $18,900.The Boreas AT can be purchased at several dealerships across the country.Boreas Campers designed the trailer to be easily upgraded with after-market tweaks.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Boreas Camper created the Boreas AT, its entry level, off-road capable camper trailer that's equipped with its own power systems, bedroom, and kitchen for $18,900.The AT, Boreas' latest release, has an axel-less suspension and all-terrain tires for a smoother off-road trek through rougher environments like ice and rock. And instead of wooden components, the body of the trailer is made  up of a powder-coated steel chassis, aluminum cabin, and fiberglass exterior. Colorado-based Boreas was founded in 2015 with a goal of creating off-road and off-grid capable campers. But along the way, the company decided to start creating its builds with wood-less components to extend its trailers' lifespan, according to Boreas Campers. This wood-free concept is showcased in Boreas' entire lineup of camper trailers, which includes the MXT, XT, and XT12, along with the latest AT.Boreas Campers designed the AT trailer specifically to be easily upgraded with after-market tweaks, such as the addition of a heater, solar panels, hot water shower, sink, or stove. The trailer can be purchased at dealers across the country in states like Colorado, Texas, North Carolina, and Nevada.Keep scrolling to see more:Read the original article on Business Insider

  • 北风之神露营系列(Boreas Camper)以18,900美元的价格,创造了这款入门级的越野露营拖车,并配备了独立的动力系统、卧室和厨房。
  • 您可以在全国各地的多家经销商处,购入这款北风之神AT。
  • 北风之神设计的这辆拖车,可以在出售后也轻松调整升级。
  • 访问Business Insider主页,获取更多相关资讯。

北风之神露营系列创建了这款入门级的北风之神AT,它作为一辆具备越野能力的露营拖车,配备有独立的动力系统、卧室和厨房,售价18,900美元。

北风之神的最新AT版本露营车配备了无轴悬挂和全地形轮胎,可在冰封路、岩石地等恶劣环境中也平稳的越野跋涉。拖车的主体摈弃了木制部件,进而由粉末成型的钢制底盘、铝制驾驶室和玻璃纤维的外罩组成。 

北风之神成立于2015年,总部位于科罗拉多州,其目标是打造可越野且可离线的露营车。与此同时,根据北风之神的说法,该公司一开始就决定使用不含木材的组件来制造其产品,以延长其使用寿命。北风之神的所有露营拖车系列,都表现了这种无木材的概念,其中包括MXT、XT和XT12,以及最新的AT等型号。

北风之神露营系列专门设计了AT型拖车,可在出售后也轻松调整,升级装备,例如安置加热器、太阳能电池板、热水淋浴器、水槽或是火炉。该露营拖车可在科罗拉多州、德克萨斯州、北卡罗来纳州和内华达州等全国各地的经销商处购买。

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  • Boreas Camper created an entry level off-road capable camper trailer equipped with its own power systems, bedroom, and galley for $18,900.
  • The Boreas AT can be purchased at several dealerships across the country.
  • Boreas Campers designed the trailer to be easily upgraded with after-market tweaks.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.

Boreas Camper created the Boreas AT, its entry level, off-road capable camper trailer that's equipped with its own power systems, bedroom, and kitchen for $18,900.

The AT, Boreas' latest release, has an axel-less suspension and all-terrain tires for a smoother off-road trek through rougher environments like ice and rock. And instead of wooden components, the body of the trailer is made  up of a powder-coated steel chassis, aluminum cabin, and fiberglass exterior. 

Colorado-based Boreas was founded in 2015 with a goal of creating off-road and off-grid capable campers. But along the way, the company decided to start creating its builds with wood-less components to extend its trailers' lifespan, according to Boreas Campers. This wood-free concept is showcased in Boreas' entire lineup of camper trailers, which includes the MXT, XT, and XT12, along with the latest AT.

Boreas Campers designed the AT trailer specifically to be easily upgraded with after-market tweaks, such as the addition of a heater, solar panels, hot water shower, sink, or stove. The trailer can be purchased at dealers across the country in states like Colorado, Texas, North Carolina, and Nevada.

Keep scrolling to see more:

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(翻译:Yunzhu ;审核:Agnes)

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