Life Is A Highway In Bowlus’ Luxury High-Tech Retro Camper Trailer

Jun 19, 2019

Category: Living

The very first riveted aluminum camper trailer was created way back in 1934 by aerospace legend Hawley Bowlus. Today, his legacy is carried on in spectacular fashion by his brand, Bowlus Road Chief. And their latest release is a magnificent, high-tech, luxury camper trailer called the Endless Highways.

As the name suggests, this absolute stunner is designed for long stretches on the road — including a long list of amenities and built-in tech to make your stint on the asphalt as comfortable and connected as possible. Of course, that includes an aluminum frame and signature riveted hull completing the aerodynamic monocoque structure. Inside, you’ll find a lithium-iron-phosphate battery system that’s good for up to a week of power between recharges. It also has its own mobile WiFi system, USB ports throughout the interior, a fully-featured kitchen and bathroom, and a spacious main cabin with a king-size bed. The Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways 3,300-pound luxury suite on wheels can be yours starting at $185,000.

Purchase: $185,000+

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