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.
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.
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.
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.
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.