Knaus Yat Trailer

Young Activity Trailer
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Conceived as a "cross-over product", the YAT (Young Activity Trailer) joins the essential components of caravaning and the functional performance of a compact trailer. Winner of the red dot award: product design 2004.

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Four views of the Knaus Yat Trailer.

The large tail wing doors make it possible to use the YAT in its entire width as a trailer for transportation. For that the two beds can be turned up to the sidewalls, whereas the table is stored to the rear door. The materials have been chosen for their robustness and durability. To define the outer and inner YAT characteristics, there has been chosen a plain and functional design that particularly emphasises the lightweight construction of the trailer. As a matter of fact, the edges on the metal sheet of the YAT's outer skin are a significant mean of shoring that additionally protects from damage.

Compact multifunctional RV trailer.

What the Honda Element did for SUV's, the YAT will do for trailers. Made by Germany's Knaus, the Young Activity Trailer combines the essence of an RV, bed, dining table, mini-kitchen, with the hauling capacity of a box trailer. The entire back end of the trailer opens up so you can fill the trailer with your gear. Knaus even has a photo of a shiny motorbike in the trailer. The key is the beds and table all fold up to make the room you need.

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Knaus Yat Trailer with Land Rover Defender.

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Knaus Yat Trailer open interior.

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Knaus Yat Trailer interior.

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Knaus Yat Trailer options.

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Knaus Yat Trailer with motorcycle.

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Knaus logo.

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