inTech’s Sol to Begin Shipping in December

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The newly released Sol is inTech’s first venture into the travel trailer market, and it shares a similar design to the company’s Luna line of teardrop trailers in that it has a similar fiberglass front cap and a large tempered glass windshield for a panoramic view.

Tho Sol recently won RV PRO’s Best in Show, which can be read about here.

Sol proved to be very successful during the 2018 Elkhart RV Open House, the manufacturer stated, and will begin production in mid-November with deliveries starting in early December.

“We have been developing Sol over the past six months and our dealers and retail customers alike have been eagerly awaiting the introduction,” said Rich Schnippel. “Some dealers have already taken pre-production deposits.”

With an overall length of just under 20 feet, Sol will sleep up to four adults. The rear offers a true queen-size bed and the front U-shaped dinette can quickly convert to sleep an additional two people.  Sol also includes a modern kitchen featuring a stainless-steel farm sink and a two-burner LP stove with a case iron grate. The wetbath includes a porcelain toilet.

Sol’s interior height is six feet and six inches.

“We focused on utilizing the space over the A-frame with the front cap leaning forward, it’s not only very aesthetically pleasing, it creates an abundance of space you otherwise wouldn’t have available,” said Schnippel. “Small trailers need to take advantage of great flow or they begin to feel confined, which is a big turn-off for buyers. Our ‘Step Forward Design’ focuses on taking advantage of the space above a person’s beltline and in particular at head height, if these areas are open, the trailer will feel much larger.”

Every inTech RV is built with an all-aluminum, all-tube, fully welded cage frame, designed and built in-house. Sol also incorporates fiberglass sidewalls, a one-piece fiberglass roof and a composite-engineered floor void of any wood.


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