EXP 6 – An Off-Road Camper by Bruder for Luxurious Getaways

Off-road camping (or arguably, glamping) has been taken to new heights in recent years with companies introducing high-end trailers, capable of traversing rugged terrain while also providing you with a home on the road.


This trailer, dubbed the EXP 6, is latest release from the Australian company Bruder. It features a durable exterior with a much more refined and luxurious interior.

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The EXP 6 is accessed from the back; the tailgate pops up, acting as a mini-porch and revealing the entrance door. The camper is comparable to a tiny house on wheels and measures 22-by-6.5 feet in size. The unit is built on a chassis capable of supporting up to 11 times its own weight.

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Unlike tiny houses, the EXP 6 has been designed for a life on the road. The body is designed match the towing vehicles track, allowing for easier navigation, and removing the need for special mirrors. High-density rubber has also been employed to minimize vibrations and shocks to the interior of the cabin.

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On the inside, you’ll find a comfortable modern finish, capable of accommodating up to four people. There’s a permanent queen-size bed to the front, with a convertible sofa bed found in the center. There’s also an internal fridge, plenty of storage cabinets, and a TV/control panel.

Exp 6 Off Raod Camper - BruderX - Australia - Floor Plan - Humble Homes

A bathroom, complete with a shower, can be found to one corner. Yet more storage, a cooktop, and a kitchen area can be found once the side awning is raised. It can also be accessed from the inside, through a series of sliding panel doors.

For more campers check out this classy custom built camper by Jack Richens. Or Track Trailers Tvan, a camper for intrepid explorers. See all campers.

Via DesignBoom
Photos: BruderX

Niall Burke

Structural engineer by day, tiny house designer by night. Niall has a keen interest in small spaces, green design, and sustainability. He started developing Humble Homes while studying for his masters degree in engineering. He is the founder and managing editor of Humble Homes.

  1. Why am I reminded of a piece of military equipment? I half expected the photos to show hatches and a gun turret.

  2. Looks like a munted tank. Nowhere near as aesthetically pleasing as the conqueror commander, also from Australia.

    Oh, and comes with a price tag of $AU 105,000+

    OK, so who’s gonna order 3 of these??? lqtm

  3. I like the exp 6 off road van. what does it cost and availability ?
    cheers Gary.