RVers who like good things that come in small packages and want to experience the outdoors will appreciate inTech’s Luna, featuring a front windshield that spans the front of the teardrop trailer. At more than 2 feet tall and 6 feet wide, the three-ply tempered-glass windshield is the only one in the industry to grace the front of a teardrop, according to the company. The uniquely shaped Luna has a rounded back, front-leaning cap and large frameless windows that open outward.
Step inside the 4-foot, 7 7/8-inch-tall Luna’s interior and nearly 7-foot-long floor space via one of two rounded entry doors — one on each side — to a 40-inch TV, a Bluetooth-enabled AM/FM stereo with DVD player, and a table centered under the windshield. Two 30-by-82-inch futon sofa beds have backrests with cupholders and can be configured for sitting and sleeping. Optional are a Dometic 10,500-Btu air conditioner with heat pump and a MaxxAir roof vent with remote.
Outside, the rear wall lifts to reveal a full kitchen with lots of headroom, a spice rack with bungee restraint, speakers, a microwave, a three-burner range with a drip pan incorporated into the single-basin sink with a spring-coil pull-down faucet, and a 12-volt DC Dometic refrigerator/freezer on a lock-out sliding tray. Optional is 12-volt/120-volt refrigerator with a mobile app to control temperature.
The 1,800-pound (claimed) Luna is all-aluminum constructed with a fully welded cage frame and has a fiberglass exterior roof and side walls. Gross vehicle weight rating is 2,200 pounds. Freshwater capacity is 8 gallons, and a 5-gallon LP-gas cylinder is housed inside a storage compartment on the A-frame for a clean look. Base MSRP is $16,537, and the fully loaded price is $19,995.
inTech RV | 574-773-9536 | www.intechrv.com
Trailer Life Managing Editor Donya Carlson grew up camping with her family in Southern California and loves spending time hiking, mountain biking, motorcycling, snowboarding and just about anything else outdoors. Before joining the Trailer Life and MotorHome team, she served as managing editor of Rider, a magazine for motorcycle enthusiasts.