Heavy Duty Off-Road Caravan Doesnt Leave Luxury Behind

Introduced last month as part of Lotus 2017 lineup, the new Tremor looks much like the Off Grid and other Lotus models from the outside – a slab-sided, powerful block built from German composite and reinforced with diamond plate around the lower edge. The dual-axle Tremor is noticeably longer than the 14-ft (4.3-m) Off Grid we looked at last year, and the three available Tremor lengths are 19.5, 20.5 and 22 ft (6, 6.3 and 6.8 m). Extra length never goes to waste in a caravan, and Lotus uses it to open up the interior with roomy floor plans while adding a high level of equipment. The floor plans vary, and the flagship 22-ft model includes a bedroom at one end with plenty of storage, while the central belly of the beast has a full kitchen on one side and dinette set on the other. At the other end, bunk beds occupy one corner and a full dry bathroom with toilet, sink and shower takes up the other. The smaller floor plans lose the bunks, feature a different dinette layout and appear just