Luxury Carbon Travel Trailer

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June 4, 2014
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Global Caravan Technologies (GCT), a luxury RV and specialty vehicle innovator based in Speedway, Indiana, released photos of its prototype CR-1 Carbon 35-foot double-slide travel trailer. The CR-1 is GCT’s first floorplan, and the company claims the trailer is SUV towable with a weight of 6,500 pounds. The interior features walls made of carbon fiber, a leather-wrapped ceiling, private-jet-type leather soft-touch walls and residential furnishings that are at the top end of luxury in the global RV industry.
ATB-Carbon-trailer-3The CR-1 has a custom leather 88-inch sofa and an L-shaped 82-by-59-inch sofa. The company reports that the CR-1 comfortably seats eight in the rear lounge that transforms into a theater for entertaining. Modular solid-surface tables with mobile marine pedestals allow for various dining and workstation configurations.
A split kitchen allows for expansive counter space and an optional wine rack. Premium tile and designer sinks and faucets are used throughout. All cabinetry utilizes upscale residential hardware.
A full walk-through master-bath suite divides the kitchen from the master bedroom with a residential-style door. The lavatory has a large linen cabinet, and the 36-inch shower blends solid-surface designer tile and carbon fiber. A stackable washer and dryer are also available or can be substituted for added closet and storage space.
The carpeted master suite includes two dressers, three wardrobes and an optional glass ceiling. The bedroom is surrounded by handcrafted leather upholstering, multiple reading lights and a carbon-fiber bed frame.

www.gctrv.com

 

 

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