Second, and perhaps most exciting, is introducing the lite series of Cirrus campers. In the second quarter, we will be unveiling the Cirrus 620. We’ve had a number of prototypes out in the field and have been gathering feedback the past few months. We have made the final design changes to make it half-ton compatible and are entering the next developmental stages.
We’ll keep Truck Camper Magazine posted when those things, and anything else, are ready to be announced.
Will we see any of the ideas showcased in the 720 make it over to the 820, 920 or future Cirrus truck camper models?
The decisions we made with the Cirrus 720 are definitely making an impact across the board. We are going to implement Coosa and foam table tops and countertops in all of our campers. When it becomes fully available, we are going to use a new light ply. We are also examining radius cabinetry for additional models.
Is there anything else you’d like to add about the 720?
The 670 prototypes have allowed us to design an even more innovative, future-facing, amenity-laden truck camper. The Cirrus 720 is a one-of-a-kind Cirrus camper that features modern, radiused, residential-styled cabinetry and technologically advanced Aluminum-Coosa hybrid structure. No expense was spared for this signature-styled truck camper.
With all the new changes, we kept our identity by incorporating the Alde and Froli systems coupled with our industry leading Ohio Amish quality craftsmanship. All of that, and a base dry weight of 1,875-pounds (2,340-pounds wet with every option).
We get asked again and again, “When is Cirrus coming out with a slide-out model?” So, when is Cirrus coming out with a slide-out truck camper?
2020. I wish it was going to be sooner. We are also planning on a camper that is universal for a 5.5-foot bed. Stay tuned!