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This New Teardrop Trailer Is Straight From The Future

Teardrop trailers are becoming more popular every year. However, new models tend to look very similar.

inTech RV has bucked the typical trend and their new Luna teardrop has a wide front windshield allowing for amazing views. The little camper also has a sleeping area that converts into a living space as well as the traditional galley kitchen.

The new Luna by inTech breaks the mode of the traditional teardrop shape. Photos courtesy of Rich Schnippel and inTech

The Luna will join inTech’s other line of teardrop trailers, the Flyer. Each of the trailers have an all-aluminum and all-tube frame. Aluminum lasts longer than steel and is lighter. In addition, the trailers have Dexter Axles and Dometic appliances.

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Their Luna model features a wraparound window made of tempered glass.

Rich Schnippel of inTech RV was kind to give us more information on their new design.

“Our Flyer line was already being marketed to the small trailer segment, but was a little more niche and directed toward the adventure lifestyle including kayaking, canoeing, mountain biking, etc. We wanted to develop a more mainstream trailer that still fit into the small camper category, but we didn’t want to simply copy an existing teardrop camper.”

The rear of the trailer has a galley kitchen.

inTech RV met with small trailer owners and asked them what they liked and didn’t like about their current campers. The company found out that customers like a trailer that’s easy to tow, but they don’t like the claustrophobic feeling inside.

The Luna’s flexible interior has a folding bed and seating area.

Consequently, while the owners like having a bed, they also wanted the option for a living room setup. The current design can fit several people with the folding mattress/seat combos as well as the front seat that includes a tiny table and under-seat storage.


“That’s when we conceived the idea to increase the front height of the camper and include a massive, wrap-around, tempered glass window and large windows on each side of the camper.

The interior now felt massive and there was actually room for owners to sit in the front of the camper while others could sit in the back without feeling like they were on top of each other. The front windshield presented an awesome ability to let the outdoors in and delivered million dollar views connecting nature and the outdoors with the owners even when they were inside the camper.”

The Luna’s rear galley has the traditional layout, but with some high-end features you usually only see in larger RVs.

When the hatch is open, the galley can fit a person about 6 feet 6 inches tall.

Its kitchen has a three-burner stove, microwave, integrated stainless steel sink, and commercial-style faucet. The refrigerator is a slide-out model by Dometic that allows for easy access.


“The overall camper exudes a fun and exciting vibe that people just fell in love with. We hope that people will appreciate even more than the design is the overall construction and quality of the product.

There is undeniably a difference you can see, touch and feel when you see an inTech RV product in person. We do our best to create not only the greatest overall value in a camper, but also to build a camper that will last a lifetime.”

The Luna comes in several exterior colors including SunBurst Orange and Mediterranean Blue.
For more information on the Luna, check out the company’s website at
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