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A First Look At The New Cirrus 670 Truck Camper

nüCamp RV, makers of the popular T@B and TAG teardrop trailers, recently debuted the latest model in their lineup of Cirrus truck campers at the 2019 Florida RV SuperShow. Their new Cirrus 670 camper was made with the same materials as the previous Cirrus 820 & 920 models but is specifically designed for half-ton short bed trucks.

The new Cirrus 670 Truck Camper. All photos courtesy of Mandy Lea Photo
The new Cirrus 670 Truck Camper. All photos courtesy of Mandy Lea Photo

The smaller, lighter Cirrus 670 is less than 15 feet long and weighs only 1695 lbs with add-ons available. It comes fully hard-sided with no slide-outs and an optional power side awning.

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The Cirrus 670 shares the same entry door as their T@B 400 camper with a built-in window and trash compartment.

Inside the new Cirrus 670 camper is very spacious with a dinette, kitchen, wet bath, and a queen-size bed. The dinette comfortably seats two people around an adjustable and removable Lagun table.

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The cozy interior

The centrally located kitchen includes a two-burner propane stove and a small sink. The other side of the kitchen has a three-way fridge and pantry storage cabinets. A microwave is also available as an additional option.

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The kitchen

Both sides of the camper have large, Amish-made ply cabinets overhead for extra storage. The modern interior comes with a built-in entertainment system (including Bluetooth, CD, and radio) and you can opt to add in a 19″ LED television with an HDTV dish.

Looking towards the front of the camper

The queen bed in the back of the camper is surrounded by large windows with screens and shades and an overhead fan. On each side of the bed, there are LED lights, speakers, and 110V/12V outlets to charge all of your devices.

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The queen bed sits beneath a fan and between large windows

The shower is conveniently located near the entrance of the camper and doubles as a clean area to take off dirty shoes. When not in use, the open door gives you more living room space, but its unique curved design when closed also creates the spacious wet bath. The camper’s second Fan-Tastic fan can be found overhead in the wet bath to allow enough ventilation and air flow.

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The wet bath

The Cirrus 670 comes with a 22-gallon fresh water tank, a 22-gallon grey tank, and a 20-gallon propane tank. It’s equipped with water/electric hookups, an exterior shower, and an Alde radiant heating system (11,000-18,700 BTU) and an optional A/C (9,200 BTU).

At the recent Florida RV SuperShow, photographer and teardrop traveler Mandy Lea got a first look inside the new Cirrus 670 while working at the nüCamp RV booth. You can watch her give the full tour of the new truck camper in this video:

The Cirrus 670 just went into production as of January 2019, so you may not see it in large dealer lots yet, but the new truck camper is still available to order.

You can learn more from nüCamp RV’s website and see more from and on her Patreon page.

See also: Photographer Mandy Lea Talks Full-Time T@G Living And Making Your Own Mods

1 thought on “A First Look At The New Cirrus 670 Truck Camper”

  1. Nice looking camper, however, it is too heavy for a short bed 1/2 ton truck. Most short bed 1/2 ton trucks are limited to less than 900 pounds of cargo (even with the max tow package installed) which includes the driver, passengers, fuel and everything else that will be in the truck and camper. Not to mention that the brake system is not designed for this much weight in the bed of the truck.

    If you plan on having something like this in your truck you will definitely need to upgrade the brake system and shocks.

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