Aliner Ships a Smaller Version of its Evolution Camper
A 12-Foot Edition Joins the Larger 15-Foot Model in the Company's Line-Up
Compact travel-trailer manufacturer Aliner has announced a new edition to its growing line of towables. Last fall, the company revealed its Evolution trailer, a 15′ pop-up A-frame model with room for four. That model now welcomes a 12’version built for two.
The latest addition to the Evolution family maintains much of the same features and functionality of its larger sibling, just in a more compact form factor. The trailer rides on a smaller, lighter frame which helps keep its dry weight down to just 1,965 pounds. That is so light that it is easily towable by a wide variety of vehicles, including EVs.
The trailer’s interior offers 85 square feet of living space, with a closing height of 66 inches. The diminutive RV also comes with a range of superb features, including keyless entry, an air conditioner, LED running lights, and a solar panel. A rear bike rack receiver is standard equipment, like an outdoor shower and a three cubic-foot refrigerator.
Like the 15′ version, the new addition to the Evolution line comes with a small kitchenette with a sink and a two-burner induction stove. The dinette has seating for two and transforms into a sleeping area when it comes time to turn in for the night. The RV offers a surprising amount of onboard storage and a cassette toilet, providing a surprisingly well-equipped camping experience in a very sall space.
“This is the supreme tow and go camper for first-timers,” says chief marketing officer Jana Randall in a press release. “At only 1,965 pounds dry weight, this can be hauled by most electric or gas vehicles and set up still takes just two hands and 30 seconds. We even added a high wind lift assist to this model to make sure year-round camping can be enjoyed with ease.”
“We are enjoying quite the demand for the Evolution 15′ as that contains two queen beds,” Randall adds. “But our target product wheelhouse goal is to appeal to all campers, so now we have the opportunity to appease the entire consumer interest spectrum, ranging from the Ascapes, which are back in production, to our 15′ box trailers.”