The electric trailer of the future will let you work remotely while enjoying life off-the-grid

Can you see yourself living in a comfortable electric trailer, working remotely, and enjoying everything that life on the road has to offer? It truly is a one-of-a-kind and gratifying way of living that combines the comforts of home with the freedom to explore. Pebble, a California-based firm, has launched a unique solution for remote workers who wish to be productive while on the go while also remaining sustainable.

Outside view of Pebble Flow Trailer with a man getting off the trailer.

According to My Modern Met, the Pebble Flow Trailer is a beautiful, all-electric trailer built to meet the needs of remote professionals who want to take their office off the grid. This electric trailer’s interior has immersive panoramic windows, a huge queen-sized Murphy bed in the back, and a convertible full bed. It has a flip-down desk for laptop work and a kitchen for cooking on the road. The trailer includes several technical features for consumer convenience, such as the InstaCamp system.

When engaged, this system automatically levels the trailer, extends the stairs, adjusts the temperature, opens the entrance, and deploys the awning as soon as it is parked.The Magic Hitch function allows the Pebble Flow to seamlessly line and hitch to the towing vehicle. The Pebble Flow Trailer is easy to haul despite its size, thanks to the dual-motor Active Propulsion Assist System, making traveling to new areas both convenient and enjoyable.

Pebble's electric trailer being pulled by an SUV.

The trailer is powered by a 45 kWh LFP battery, which is regarded as one of the safest electric vehicle batteries available. This battery can power all of the appliances and maintain off-grid living for up to seven days. Charge the trailer at home, charging stations, and campgrounds.It also has solar panels that automatically collect power while on the road or while parked.

Pebble also emphasizes the trailer’s ability to serve as a backup battery for households in the event of an emergency. Pebble’s mission is to simplify the camping experience by eliminating common inconveniences associated with standard travel trailers, such as connecting a truck to a trailer, backing a trailer into narrow areas, managing limited power resources, and dealing with water damage issues.

Queen-sized Murphy bed inside Pebble's electric trailer that can accomodate a family of four.

The front dinette, which is encircled by wide panoramic windows, converts into a comfortable bed. The trailer can sleep up to four people comfortably and has plenty of inside and outdoor storage. Users can customize the mood using multi-zone dimmable lights. The kitchen of the electric trailer has a retractable induction cooktop that can be used both inside and outside, a 4-in-1 convection microwave, and a full-size refrigerator.

Close-up view of the electric trailer, showing most of its exterior features.

A service window that flips up brings the cooking experience closer to the outside. A glass-walled, wide shower separate from the macerating toilet, on-demand hot water, vanity lighting, and a medicine cabinet are all included in the bathroom. The trailer features electrochromic glass, which switches from clear to opaque at the push of a button, providing seclusion when required.Watch the video below to see what’s inside Pebble’s electric trailer:

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