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Go Off-Grid in Style with the Bowlus Rivet Luxury All-Electric Travel Trailer, Powered by Solar

Go Off-Grid in Style with the Bowlus Rivet Luxury All-Electric Travel Trailer, Powered by Solar
  • The Bowlus trailer breaks away from the traditional lineup, blending rugged adventure with luxury in an all-electric design.
  • With robust power management systems and solar generation, the Rivet ensures indefinite off-grid capabilities.
  • Introducing AeroMove™ technology, the Rivet becomes the first RV to be self-propelled, self-powered, and remote-controlled.

Experience the breathtaking beauty of stunning landscapes while traveling in the Rivet, the newest luxury all-electric travel trailer by Bowlus. Featuring a stylish design and advanced features, the Rivet ensures exceptional adventure and comfort. Thanks to its solar panels, you can venture off-grid for extended periods. Plus, with AeroMove™ technology, parking is effortlessly easy.


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Geneva Long, the visionary Founder & CEO of Bowlus, recounts the journey that led to the creation of the Rivet, stating, “We don’t spend time with cute concepts as a privately held company. Instead, we do the tough work to make things happen, which means we deliver durable features that speak directly to RV owners.”

Priced at $148,500 after tax credit, the Rivet embodies Bowlus’ ethos of crafting vehicles tailored for the most discerning adventurers. With its compact 25′ 3″ floor plan, it blends rugged durability with luxurious amenities. “Bowlus has a long history of building RVs for a lifetime of adventures, and the Rivet certainly delivers on the Bowlus standard of incredible build quality while also offering features for rugged experiences,” adds Long.

One standout feature of the Rivet is its power management system. It comes with yacht-quality 8 kWh lithium batteries and can generate up to 660 W of solar power. This means you can stay off-grid for as long as you want, even in remote places, giving travelers the confidence to explore far-off destinations.

The Rivet’s aerodynamic design and lightweight Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 3,500 lbs make it easy to tow with various vehicles, including the Tesla Model Y or Ford Mustang Mach-E. “Bowlus is the most aerodynamic RV, and with the Rivet’s flyweight GVWR, it is towable by the most extensive selection of vehicles of any other full-sized RV – including EVs like the Tesla Y for impressive range and MPG ratings,” explains Long.


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The Rivet stands out as the first RV that can move, power itself, and be controlled remotely, opening up access to almost anywhere. With strong power and traction, AeroMove™ allows it to climb steep slopes, turn 360 degrees, and navigate into campsites, driveways, and parking spaces with ease. Customers can add AeroMove™ for an extra $10,000.

Long emphasizes the significance of AeroMove™, stating, “AeroMove™ is something campers have only dreamed about until now. We have been quietly working on this feature for over five years to hone the best functionality for our customers – we are so pleased to feature this game-changing technology.”

Adding to its advanced features, the Rivet offers an interior decor package named Onyx. With a stunning color palette and matte black accents, this package brings an exciting, bold architectural feel. Using high-quality materials and carefully selected design elements, the Rivet represents luxury and sophistication at its finest.


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RANDI BENTIA

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