Decked-out campervans and travel trailers are on the uptick as the itch to explore takes hold of the masses — and it seems the vanlife movement isn’t merely a gimmick.
Primary considerations include amenities, weight, convenience, and efficiency.
The rig is propane-ready, suited for powering the two-burner stove, water heater, optional air conditioning, and included Truma Combi furnace for cold weather nights.
Sleeping arrangements were designed to accommodate up to four adults, with bunk beds in the front and a queen-sized bed in the rear.
The Mantis was designed with serious adventurers in mind as it comes equipped with a preinstalled Thule cargo deck and roof rack.
Taxa didn’t skimp on the details, either — the Mantis features LED interior lighting, plenty of storage, blackout curtains, and an 8-foot patio awning.