There’s little to be desired after looking at the inTech Terra Rover travel trailer. Or rather, after looking out from the inside. Complementing the spacious dinette at the front of the trailer, you’d be hard-pressed not to notice the 3-ply laminated glass panoramic front windshield. Not only is it an unmatched view of the great outdoors, but it is an excellent use of the space above the trailer’s A-frame, which goes unused in typical trailer models. inTech, who pride themselves (as they should) on making smaller spaces feel large, calls this “Tilt-Forward Design.”
Moving through the mid-section of the trailer, you’ll see an extravagant kitchen, complete with a 10-cubic-foot refrigerator, a brushed nickel faucet, and a 2-burner stainless steel cooktop. Across from the kitchen, there’s additional counter space for meal prep, or for enjoying a coffee while gazing out the window before the start to an adventurous day.
To add space, the Terra Rover bathroom is cleverly split into two areas with a shower on one side and a toilet/sink room directly across the hallway. The toilet is porcelain, and you’ll find storage in overhead cabinets and below the sink.
At the rear of the trailer is a 60” x 80” walk-around bed. If you’re traveling with a friend (or if you haven’t yet made your relationship “official,”) the Rover offers a 2-twin bed configuration with one bed on either side and space in the middle.
Stepping outside, you can enjoy a 14’ power awning, which is the perfect addendum to the rear slide-out kitchen. Out here, the Rover provides an extra block of counter space, and a grill for burgers, pancakes, and the like. The same slide out kitchen also has the added option of a mini refrigerator for extra storage on those longer getaways.
The Terra Rover has durability built into its core—literally. The Terra (and every inTech model) has an all-tube, all-aluminum, fully welded cage frame. It is extremely lightweight, rust-free, and very strong.
With durable vehicle with a luxury layout and amenities, you might be thinking of exploring somewhere off-grid. If you are, the Rover can support you there too. inTech’s Solar and Lithium Package offers 400 watts of solar, mixed with an MPPT charger controller, 200 amp-hours of lithium batteries, and a 2,000-Watt inverter.
To complete the cool factor, the Rover comes with slick, rugged decals and blackout wheels. If $68,950 is in the ballpark of your budget for a 2023 upgrade, check out the full list of features on the Terra Rover here.