Polydrop P17A: electric car camper with solar panels and 2.4-12kW⋅h battery

Polydrop has unveiled its first camper designed specifically for electric vehicles. The model is called P17A and is a compact camper with gull wing doors.

Polydrop P17A: electric car camper with solar panels and 2.4-12kW⋅h battery © polydrops.com

It was tested on the 2018 Tesla Model 3 Long Range, and proved to be efficient while towing due to its lightweight design and reduced air resistance and rolling resistance. The Model 3 averaged 306W⋅h/mile (190W⋅h/km) when towing the P17A for a distance of 768 km and an average speed of 88-96 km/h (55-60 mph), resulting in an electric car that could travel 394 km with the camper in tow from a single charge.

Polydrop P17A: electric car camper with solar panels and 2.4-12kW⋅h battery © polydrops.com

According to Polydrop, the 2018 Tesla 3 Long Range towing P17A used up 768 kilometers during a test drive of
The Polydrop P17A touring camper comes in several variants and can be equipped with solar panels ranging from 260 to 520 watts and a 2.4, 4.8 or 12 kW⋅h battery pack located in the bottom of the trailer. The highest capacity battery of 12 kW⋅h can power all its components for 6 nights.

Polydrop P17A: electric car camper with solar panels and 2.4-12kW⋅h battery © polydrops.com

The camper can be equipped with everything you need for long trips including LED lighting, climate system, induction stove, refrigerator, 12V and 110V outlet, 2 USB charging ports.

The aluminum construction of the camper and the 22 cm thick insulation materials form a fully insulated body, which effectively retains heat inside while reducing battery power consumption and making the P17A independent of external power sources for extended periods of time.

Polydrop P17A: electric car camper with solar panels and 2.4-12kW⋅h battery © polydrops.com

The P17A is equipped with independent suspension and is suitable for towing not only electric vehicles, but also most vehicles. The camper with a standard 2.4 kW⋅h battery and 260-watt solar panels starts at $24,990 in the U.S. for a base package.

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