VIDEO: OPUS Introduces First Off-Roading RV

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OPUS Camper has introduced its first hard-sided trailer. The OP 15-footer is a hybrid caravan built for overlanders and adventurers. The unit has a pop-top roof, and extendable interior to allow for low-profile towing when collapsed.

The OP15’ has a curb weight of 4690 pounds and collapses down to 15 feet in length. An articulating hitch sits at the end of a galvanized-steel chassis. Underneath, there are twin shock absorbers and trailing arm independent suspension for each wheel. There also is iamond plating for the fresh and gray water tanks.

The OP15’ is built for off-site camping, as it has two fresh water tanks totaling 63 gallons. The water system also includes a 17-gallon gray water tank, and a 10-gallon black water tank. For electricity, three 100ah AGM batteries are linked to a 300-watt, solar-powered system.

The OP 15’ provides on-demand hot water, an interior heater, and built-in AC all as standard. The cabin is also loaded with a king bed, twin bunks, full-sized bamboo dresser, and a shower/toilet combo. The full outdoor kitchen includes a Dometic CFX75 fridge, slide out stainless-steel kitchen, stainless-steel chopping board, prep deck, and a pantry for food storage.

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