Aliner introduced what the company calls “the lightest, easiest towing, fully-equipped travel trailer in its class” recently, announcing the model in a news release recently.
The Ascape measures 13 feet long, and is designed to be aerodynamic to slip behind smaller vehicles. It weighs just over 1,350 pounds.
The Ascape comes packed with standard features and is built with the lightest materials available, the company said. The walls are constructed with an .030 exterior aluminum skin and high-tech Azdel composites.
This low-profile trailer features a unique drop-floor design that provides just over six feet of interior headroom, while keeping the exterior height just under seven and a half feet. The Ascape was designed with a rear-entry door that allows for a smart, convenient floorplan that couldn't be achieved with a side-entry.
"The Ascape is a progressive product that we are sure will not disappoint. For such a small trailer, the space inside is very welcoming," said Brett Randall, president of Aliner. "Working together with the team members at Aliner, we feel this will truly please that market that has been waiting for a lighter concept."
The graphics of the Ascape are unique and modern. Bright bold green waves grace the sleek silver background making this trailer a showstopper. Mark Tait, president at RRG, Llc., collaborated with Aliner on the design concept and says, "The design on this innovative trailer is very unique. We would like to thank all the crew at Aliner for working hard to bring this special RV into existence."
The Ascape will debut at Booth 2230 at the RVIA Louisville show next week.