Originally Posted by SilverGhost
This thing looks like it is meant as a rental cabin alternative. The hitch and wheels are secondary to living space. Does not look like a travel trailer like most of us would use. Perfect example would be a temporary shelter for FEMA. Though this one looks too nice for that use.
The lines below from the article do make me think of those KOA Kabins more than camping trailer. They identify it as not suitable for road trips.
"The only downside to this trailer is that it's good for short-distance travel only - the garbage and sewage receptacles can only hold their contents for a short time, and you can't take them to a dump station. So you won't be able to take the C3 Hotel Cube on long, cross-country trips.
Camping in a C3 Hotel Cube unit would be the best compromise between the not-so-green comforts of RVing and the oh-so-green but not-so-comfortable charms of tent camping."
Not sure it beats out many of the small FGRV's that folks already use with solar
, aside from the idea that you don't clean and dump yourself. And possibly the way sewage is handled.
There might be some efficiency to not hauling the camper, especially to some back country locations. It would however take a pretty high availability to make a cross country vacation work.