Lance Campers Debuts Prototype Enduro Trailer at SEMA
The lightweight towable is built for off-road adventures in remote locations.
As interest in off-grid, off-road camping continues to grow, RV manufacturers are introducing innovative new options to meet demand. Case in point, at the SEMA show, held in Las Vegas last week, Lance Campers introduced a lightweight towable built for excursions to remote locations. Dubbed the “Enduro”, this diminutive camping trailer packs some impressive features into a small space.
At 18 feet in length, and weighing in at a mere 2700 pounds, the Enduro is designed to be easily towed behind small SUVs and crossovers. The trailer comes equipped with Maxxis RAZR AT tires and a Timbren independent suspension that provide improved ground clearance compared to Lance’s other travel trailers. This should help make the trailer more appealing to off-roaders and overlanders.
Inside, the Enduro sports a queen-size bed and two dropdown bunks. An optional RoofNest roof tent adds space for two more individuals, allowing the camper to sleep six. An outdoor galley-style kitchen—accessible from the back—includes a sink, pantry, and work area. Meals are served around a U-shaped dinette, complete with bamboo table. A 12V Zero Breeze Mark 2 Air Conditioner and Truma Eco Combi+ Air and Water Heating System ensure the cabin stays comfortable at all times.
A 100Ah lithium battery provides power to the Enduro and is recharged via twin 100-watt solar panels mounted on the roof. The trailer also features a 45-gallon fresh water tank that directs water to the shower, toilet, and sink, while a 25-gallon tank collects gray water after use. Off-grid functionality is further enhanced with the addition of a No Dirty Water MRX water purification system and a weBoost cell signal booster. A 23Zero Peregrine 180 Awning rounds out the package.
“With the Enduro, we’ve built a product with advanced features that helps maximize your time outdoors,” says Lance Campers VP of Marketing Bob Rogers in a press release. “It’s a camper you can have confidence in, whether you park it close to town or completely off the grid. A lot of thought went into building a consumer-centric product that allows people to go where they want with confidence.”
The prototype Enduro was shown alongside a special edition Volkswagen Atlas SUV. The pairing earned the title of the “Adventure Pass” from the Lance Campers team, which outfitted the Atlas with aggressive off-road tires, a performance exhaust system, roof rack, foglight and other equipment.
The company did not announce a release date or price for the new camper. Expect more news on the Enduro in 2022.