Incredible new “teardrop” trailer sleeps six … but how?

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We’ll bet you haven’t seen anything like this before, unless you’ve already snuck a peek at Beauer’s 3X, its original expanding trailer. Now, the French company has come out with the Beauer 3X Plus, an even larger version of its first compact design. The pod expands to three times its original size, so it’s small and easy to tow, but roomy and comfortable when parked.

At the push of a button, the new 3X plus expands out to 300 square feet in just one minute, and can sleep six. Wow! Three modules of the expanded trailer offer an open floor plan with six distinct areas.

There’s a dining area, an entertainment center, an L-shaped kitchen, a master bedroom, a second bedroom with two single beds, and a bathroom. They really took “slide-out” to another level!

As with any slide-outs, rooms must be able to come together to compact for travel. One main difference between the 3X and the 3X Plus is that the Plus’ living room and dining room furniture must be folded down by hand and stored away for travel.


The 3X Plus comes with larger appliances, such as a refrigerator, three- or four-burner stove, and lots of cabinet and wardrobe space.

The 3X Plus starts at $56,675, and buyers can fully customize the trailer as they like, including things like hot water, heat, flat-screen TVs and air conditioning.

Now, too bad it’s only available in Europe, huh?


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Patrick Granahan
Patrick Granahan

Looks like a “ Canned Ham”…..not a tear drop…..design looks like multiple leaks ready to happen !

James Y. Gochnauer
James Y. Gochnauer

People are getting very careless with the term “Teardrop” lately. The shape reminds me of the vintage “New Moon” mobile homes.

Old Prospector
Old Prospector

No thank you. Thank you anyway. I’ll take my little home-built 8’x5’x 4′ tear drop camp trailer any day of the week. At that price, this is just a Glamorous Motel on wheels, and only then for those that have thousands of dollars to throw around. Not for those that really and truly want to go camping. If you want to live in all of that luxury, then you might as well just add wheels to your house and tote it along.

Jeff
Jeff

It’s a neat RV, however it won’t fit in most RV Parks in the US. TOO WIDE!
Unless you have a very wide RV Site.

James O'Briant

This was my thought exactly. It would work if you could pull the trailer into an RV space, unhook from the tow vehicle, and then manually turn the trailer 90 degrees before expanding it’s slides. Its success would then depend on how easily it moves, by hand.

Donald Wright
Donald Wright

Turn it sideways. I have done that with my popup trailers.