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Taxa Mantis Camper Trailer

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Oct 3, 2017

Category: Rides

You may already be familiar with Taxa Outdoors, the Houston-based company in the business of building adventure campers and trailers for backcountry living. They originally made a name for themselves with their smaller trailers that were lightweight and highly modular in nature. Now, Taxa has expanded a bit – offering a luxurious 18-foot-long camping trailer that can sleep up to four adults.

Called the Mantis, the trailer boasts a NASA-inspired design that allows plenty of room for eating, sleeping and hanging out with friends. It features both integrated plumbing and electrical systems, a center roof section that pops up creating standing room in the kitchen and bathroom, and comes equipped with a two burner stove, water heater, and propane-powered refrigerator. You’ll also find a 30-gallon fresh water capacity, 30-gallon gray water tank, and wet bath inside the unit along with a ground clearance of 14-inches and its very own suspension system. Prices are slated to start around $32,500 when it hits the market this month. [H/T: New Atlas]

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