nuCamp to Reveal Improved Cirrus 920 Camper at 2023 Hershey RV Show

After a long hiatus, nuCamp RV, premium manufacturer of tear drop trailers and truck campers, just announced the relaunch of the Cirrus 920, a hard-side slide-in truck camper made for long-bed, one-ton trucks. According to the press release, the Cirrus 920 is back and bigger and better than ever, with a host of new features and innovations.

“We’re beyond excited to unveil the Cirrus 920 Prototype at Hershey this year, said Scott Hubble, nuCamp CEO. It’s been a long-awaited for and highly anticipated product. Our customers will enjoy the technological advances, luxurious touches, and beautiful aesthetic—all in our newest model, which happens to be our largest offering yet. The 920 is the result of industry and customer feedback coupled with strategic vendor partnerships, and a future-forward vision. We spared no expense creating this exceptional masterpiece.’

The new and improved Cirrus 920 offers electrical freedom from RV parks and campground. As a matter of fact, the new Cirrus 920’s electrical system is without equal for a factory slide-in camper with an 810 amp hour lithium battery bank (three 270 amp hour batteries), a 3,000 watt inverter, a DC-to-DC charger, and three 310 watt solar panels for a total of 930 watts. This system generates enough power to run the camper’s DC compressor refrigerator, the new Truma Aventa air conditioner, and induction cooktop with ease. For cloudy days, the camper is also equipped with a generator and an LP tank, allowing owners even more independence off-grid.

Exciting new features in the Cirrus 920 include the large dry-bath providing ultimate convenience with its porcelain toilet and skylight. Premium cabinetry with soft-close cabinetry exudes elegance and sophistication. The luxury vinyl flooring adds a touch of style, while the composite walkable roof ensures easy access to the top of the unit. The rear bumper has been updated with two storage compartments that provide even more storage than before.

The Cirrus 920 has a 10-inch wider footprint than its predecessor and thus, offers more living space and storage than ever before. Equipped with two large wardrobes, a shoe drawer, a sliding spice rack, under-dinette storage, and larger cabinets on either side of the bed, the Cirrus 920 ensures every item has a dedicated place.

The 920 also features nuCamp’s signature heating system, the Alde hydronic water heater-furnace, plus the new Truma Aventa rooftop AC unit, which provide comfort and convenience regardless of the weather. Its four-season capabilities enable campers to experience the great outdoors in any climatic condition.

Even the holding tanks in the upgraded Cirrus 920 are larger with 45 gallons of fresh, 35 gallons of grey, and 25 gallons black.

As with any camper or truck, all of these upgrades comes at a cost with an increased dry weight from 3,500 pounds for the old Cirrus 920 to 4,400 pounds for the new one. A one-ton truck at a minimum will be needed to haul this truck camper “masterpiece” around.

nuCamp will showcase the improved Cirrus 920 truck camper at the Hershey RV Show, September 13-17. This will be an opportunity for RV enthusiasts to witness the future of truck campers firsthand and experience the quality and craftsmanship that nuCamp is known for.

This is a developing story. More information will be added as it becomes available.

For more information, visit the nuCamp website at www.nucamprv.com.

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Mello Mike is an Arizona native, author, and the founder of Truck Camper Adventure. He's been RV'ing since 2002, is a certified RVIA Level 1 RV Technician, and has restored several Airstream travel trailers. A communications expert and licensed ham radio operator (KK7TCA), he retired from the U.S. Navy in 2004 as a CWO3 after 24 years, holds a BS degree, and now runs Truck Camper Adventure full-time. He also does some RV consulting, repairs, and inspections on the side. He currently rolls in a 4WD Ram 3500 outfitted with a SherpTek truck bed with a Bundutec Roadrunner mounted on top.

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