nüCamp’s T@B 400 debuts with rave reviews

The T@B 400 is here. NüCamp RV debuted the prototype for the “next BIG thing in ultra-light-weight towable campers” at the Elkhart RV Open House. Reactions from dealers was ultra swift and ultra positive.

Here are just a few of the comments we heard from dealers as they toured this unique, modern camper at yesterday’s introduction, which was featured by the Small Trailers Enthusiast:

“This has everything!”

“Love the European styling.”

“Wow! A real bathroom.”

“I can sell these. People will love them.”

Facts about the T@B 400

Here are some of the features prompting positive comments about the new camper:

Some of the features of the new T@B 400 prototype are detailed on the sign welcoming visitors to the model.

The welcome sign only listed some of the many features of the new T@B 400.

  • Ample living space but still easy to tow at a target weight of 2,300-2,600 pounds. The T@B 400 is just three feet longer, one foot wider, and one foot taller than the standard T@B. At its apex, the T@B 400 has about 6’7″ of headroom.
  • Separate bedroom area and eating areas.
  • A fully equipped, roomy wet bath, complete with toilet, sink, shower, and built-in storage.
  • A closet with clothes bar and shelves.
  • 100 percent aluminum framing, ALDE and FROLI systems.

Inspiration, production for the T@B 400

The American version was in the design phase for 10 months and was inspired by Europe’s T@B 400. Therefore, nüCamp RV designed it in response to T@B fans and owners who had seen the European model and wanted to get their own, said Allen Miller, nüCamp’s director of R&D.

The T@B 400 is expected to go into production early in 2017, according to Scott Hubble, chief executive officer of nüCamp RV.

Pricing for the new model has not been established yet. “But our dealers are independently owned and operated and can set their price for their markets,” Hubble said.

Our Facebook post yesterday made it clear that T@B fans are eager to see photos of the new model – hence the photos below.

Exterior of nüCamp RV’s T@B 400

Rear view of T@B 400 prototype, featuring a curved window over the bed.

Rear view of T@B 400 prototype, a silver and black teardrop camper featuring a curved window over the rear queen-size bed.

The driver's side of the T@B 400 prototype features porthole windows.

The driver’s side features porthole windows which is a completely new look.

A look at the front of the T@B 400, with a window over the table area.

A look at the front of the T@B 400, with a window over the table area, which also converts to a single bed.

Inside nüCamp RV’s T@B 400

The door of the T@B 400 features a handy covered trash container and storage pockets.

The door features a handy covered trash container, storage pockets, and a fire extinguisher.

A sleek seating area with a curved design is located in the front of the T@B 400.

The front of the camper features a sleek, curved seating area. In addition to the new design, the table and cushions also fold down into a twin bed with a length of about 80 inches.

Your bed is always ready for napping, reading or viewing in the T@B 400. Adjustable LED lamps are at the head of the bed, with a TV at its foot.

The queen-size bed is always ready for napping, reading, or viewing. Adjustable LED lamps light up the head of the bed, with a TV at the foot and a large window on the side.

The T@B 400 includes a full closet, with shelves and clothes bar.

A fully enclosed closet, with shelves and closet rod, makes living easy in the T@B 400.

T@B 400

The wet bath, which features a shower, fold-down sink, toilet, and built-in storage, including toothbrush holders at the sink. Not shown in this photo is the commode located to the far right, which accommodates even the big and tall.

The kitchen area includes a round sink with a two-burner stove, a refrigerator, and plenty of hand-crafted birch cabinetry for storage.

The kitchen area includes a round sink with a two-burner stove, a refrigerator, and plenty of hand-crafted birch cabinetry for storage.

The sleek hand-crafted birch cabinetry above the kitchen area features a Wow! factor, this curved design.

The kitchen features sleek, hand-crafted birch cabinetry, which earned it a Wow! factor.

The T@B 400 takes advantage of every nook and cranny. Here's a storage cubby at the foot of the bed.

The T@B 400 takes advantage of every nook and cranny. Here’s a storage cubby at the foot of the bed.

The table area includes unique storage within the porthole windows.

The porthole windows feature unique storage shelves.

Life is a beautiful ride in the T@B 400! And that's the message on the large chalkboard inside.

Life is a beautiful ride in the T@B 400, which is why that message is displayed on the large chalkboard located inside the prototype.