BMW designed a lightweight camper with The North Face's new high-tech fabric

The camper of the future can breathe.

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BMW's Designworks division has designed a tent trailer using a new fabric developed by The North Face called Futurelight that it says is the “most advanced, breathable, waterproof material.”

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It’s made through a process known as nanospinning, which creates nano-sized holes the fabric that keep water out, but allow air to permeate. According to The North Face, it’s lighter and more packable than traditional breathable waterproof materials.

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BMW says the design of the concept vehicle was inspired by a fabric-covered concept car it once made called Gina, and equipped the trailer with a couch, table and enough room for two to sleep in. It rides on a carbon fiber frame and two airless wheels that can’t go flat.

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There are no plans to put it into production, but the first clothing made from Futurelight will be available later this year.