Great news, off-road enthusiasts. Australian-based company BruderX introduced the ultimate camper for adventures on even the most challenging types of terrain.
Bruder EXP-6 campers bring a touch of luxury to off-road expeditions.
These trailers are built with heavy-duty German materials that weigh less than regular aluminum, fiberglass, and steel constructions.
At only 6-and-a-half feet wide (2m), the EXP-6 campers are narrow enough to fit down most outback roads and trails.
The height is easily adjustable—by the simple press of a button using their smartphone app, you can lower or raise your camper by up to 12 inches.
Two fridges are included, one on the outside and another inside, both with separate fridge and freezer sections.
There’s extra storage space in the back, as well as an external shower. A button electronically raises the rear door.
Inside, the camper’s designed with a luxurious lounge area, including an HD television that can swivel and can be seen from the outside or facing in while you lay in bed.
The EXP-6 campers sleep up to six people comfortably. The queen-size double mattress can fit two, the lounge area can be converted into a bunk bed for two, and there are two additional beds that can be mounted in the ceiling area, leaving the main walkway clear at all times.
The bedside area has additional storage as well as adjustable reading lights. Wine lovers can also find convenient places to store their Chardonnay or Merlot.
They’re equipped with all of your basic bathroom necessities, including an interior shower, as well as storage space for towels and toiletries.
As for your kitchen, there’s a German Webasto Diesel-powered ceramic cooktop, a retractable washbasin, plus a fridge & freezer. Other features include LED lighting, an A/C, and a heater.
Even though they’re based in Australia, the company delivers to the U.S. as well as Canada and across Europe. You can contact them online here to inquire about price and other info. In the U.S. these off-road trailers have been estimated to cost about $68,000.
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