Extra-tiny home enthusiasts, listen up: Timberleaf recently released a smaller version of their Classic Teardrop, the Pika Teardrop. With a 54×96-inch frame and 36-inch clear height, the Pika weighs 1025 pounds and is 36 percent smaller than the classic model.
Although it’s got a reduced size, comfort and function are not jeopardized in the Pika: it includes retro-inspired laminate kitchen countertops, six USB power outlets, a galley built around Dometic’s CFX-35W 12v refrigerator, seven LED lights, a double mattress, ventilation fans, additional storage options, a rear hatch with two hydraulic gas props and plenty more.
Timberleaf offers an offroad package (pictured above) that includes Timbren Axleless suspension with a 4″ lift, 33″ BFG All-Terrain tires, electric brakes, rock armor, and Max Coupler articulating hitch.
They also offer an all-road package (pictured below) that is built to tow behind today’s AWD Crossover SUVs, and will go anywhere your car will go.
Between the offroad and All-Road package, the interior is relatively the same. The biggest difference is the ventilation option. The base package includes a 4-speed exhaust fan with manual-opening lid while the upgraded option includes a 10-speed thermostat-controlled fan – with intake, exhaust and a rain sensor.
The Pika Teardrop starts at a baseprice of $11,750.
All photos courtesy of Timberleaf.
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