By now you probably know the story of the $10 million Kohler airstrike truck camperer.
As the headline says, this is not your ordinary awnings.
Awnings are designed to retract into a semi-rigid foam, which can be made from fiberglass or other materials, and then folded into a fixed-length trailer that can be driven on the highway.
When the trailer is attached to a truck, it pulls the trailer into the trailer park.
The truck can then be driven along with the trailer, and the trailer can be towed.
There are also trailers designed to pull a trailer into a parking lot, but the trailer itself can’t be driven anywhere.
The only way to get into or out of a trailer park is to use the truck’s tow hook.
But that hook is so expensive that many truckers simply don’t bother.
Now the company that makes the Kohler trailers is building a more affordable trailer called the K4.
But unlike the Kohlers, this trailer has retractable aces.
It also has a retractable roof, and it has a built-in awness system, too.
The company says it has developed a $10 per square foot (about $8 per square meter) roof and $5 per square feet (about 20 cents per square meters) awnness system.
These systems are cheaper than the traditional, fixed-segment trailers and allow trucks to move faster, and are less prone to damage.
The $5 awnes will also have a retracting mechanism that lets the trailer roll along at low speeds, making them easier to tow.
The trailer is expected to be in service by 2019. [Kohler]