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A go-almost-anywhere teardrop camper trailer


Kimberley Kampers has released the Kube Off-Road Teardrop Camper, aimed at adventurous couples and small families.



The 2024 Kube was Kimberley’s entrant into the so-called ‘teardrop’ compact camper trailer market. Like all of these units, the design had restricted interior space, so was best suited to people who want the outdoor cooking and dining experience.

The Kube used Kimberley’s proved stainless steel, aluminium, galvanised steel and thermoplastic construction, riding on air suspension, damped by off-road-racing 50mm monotube shock absorbers. Electric braking powered vented discs.



The electrical system was lithium-based, with up to 400-watts of rooftop solar panels available and an 85-litre front-opening fridge standard. Cabin heating and hot water came from a diesel system.

The outside roll-out kitchen module had hot-water connection and a choice of two-burner LPG cooktop and BBQs. Water was stored in 120-litre and 70-litre tanks, with jerry can support.



The Kube had a claimed tare weight of 1100kg, an aggregate mass of 1950kg and an estimated ball weight of 140-180kg. It measured 5200mm (L) x 1800mm (W) x 2100mm (H) and the pricing started at $68,500.





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