Demand for Aerovault trailers was strong from the moment legendary automotive designer Peter Brock introduced the concept in 2008. It was an instant hit with car enthusiasts looking for secure, aerodynamic, single-car transporters.
Following up on the success of the Standard model, Aerovault has released the taller MKII T which provides an additional 11 inches of tail-entry clearance and thus is capable of accommodating small SUVs.
Every Aerovault trailer features a fully skinned underside (belly pan), winch with remote control fob, N speed-rated tires (87 mph) with full size spare, LED Glo-Lights, front shelf, storage areas, tie-down rings and dolly wheels in the rear to eliminate bottoming out over curbs.
The MKII T and all other models will soon be available at automotive dealerships nationwide, the company said.
Visit Brock Racing Enterprises for more information.