The Pebble Flow redefines the concept of RVs for the digital-savvy era, presenting an all-electric, cutting-edge caravan that’s under the spell of mobile apps.Pebble’s groundbreaking Flow represents a fresh breed of travel trailer, seamlessly merging 100% electric propulsion with intuitive app control and a flawless design.
Drawing inspiration from the contemporary electric transportation wave, the Pebble Flow gracefully incorporates minimalist design principles and boasts the advantages of an integrated, active power supply. Positioned as the ultimate destination for remote living and working, this visionary trailer houses a battery pack with enough energy to last up to seven days, creating a loft-like living experience both inside and out.
Measuring 25 feet in length, the Flow can be effortlessly towed by a spacious SUV or pickup truck, whether powered by internal combustion engines or electricity. With onboard dual motors providing ‘Active Propulsion Assist,’ it effectively counters the range limitations of electric towing. The onboard propulsion also unlocks additional benefits, including the ‘Magic Hitch’ system, which uses sensors and motors to autonomously connect the trailer to your tow vehicle.
The convenience doesn’t stop there. Upon reaching your camping destination, the Flow becomes entirely controllable remotely, facilitating easy positioning on your chosen site. When you’re set to relax, the ‘InstaCamp’ feature springs into action, unfurling the awning, illuminating the area, deploying the integrated access stairs, and leveling the Flow, all while accommodating diverse terrains. Pebble assures that the Flow’s app will be your key to a seamless camping experience.
The powerhouse behind it all is a robust 45 kWh battery pack neatly nestled in the base of the vehicle. Integrated solar panels ensure a steady stream of supplementary energy, and the entire unit can serve as an emergency power source for your home.
Pebble’s founder and CEO, Bingrui Yang, a seasoned engineer with experience at Apple and autonomous vehicle maker Zoox, has curated a team enriched with talent from prestigious companies like Apple, Tesla, Cruise, and Volvo. The Californian company’s mission is clear: make RVing as user-friendly as an iPhone, targeting those who might find the intricacies of camping daunting.