The trailer is made from composite panels using a sandwich of plastic-reinforced fiberglass.
Here’s how MaxiMog describes their off-road trailer,
The trailer is a fully custom insulated composite structure which can accommodate two interchangeable Swingout® side compartments, rack mount electronics bays, and rear-mounted major accessories. Typically, a bathroom, kitchen, communications/computing rack and motorbike system would be loaded for an extended expedition.
The Swingout modules are electrically operated slide outs, and it takes about five minutes to completely open and close them.
And yes, the trailer is road legal in the United States once certified and licensed.
Not everyone needs such a powerful communications suite. It would make working on the road a cinch though.
Do you notice something in the top center of the picture? Yep, a gourmet coffee center! Never fear, you’ll be able to enjoy your favorite latte macchiato from the comfort of your own trailer.
The telescoping dinette table and stainless steel kitchen appliances give the interior a luxurious and modern feel.
You’ll probably want something like this to tow your MaxiMog trailer.
Other options for the MaxiMog trailer include a powered Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) from AeroVironment, a jet boat (still in development), and a custom motorbike.
For more information, check out this detailed frequently asked questions page on the MaxiMog website.
Pricing for the MaxiMog trailer isn’t exactly clear. Here’s what the designer had to say, which might shed just a bit more light on how much something like this costs,
Well, let’s just say that it costs more than a Hummer and Less than a Boeing 777.
If that statement doesn’t turn you off, get in touch with Thomas Ritter at Unicat for more information (or to have one built to your specifications).
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