Happier Camper has added a pair of trailers to its HC1 line, and while each of them is targeted toward a different type of user, they both boast a compact size, aesthetically-pleasing styling, and a surprising amount of amenities.
Inspired by studio apartments, Happier Camper’s HC1 Studio trailer makes you feel right at home from the moment you pop the door open. Its interior is fully-kitted with a fully-appointed bathroom and kitchenette, a water and air heater, modular rear space, and a queen bed. It’s also equipped with the brand’s signature Adaptiv modular design formula, allowing owners to mix and match the layout of their home on wheels. Additionally, this portable studio apartment of a trailer comes with solar power for more off-grid preparedness. Plus, with a length of 13′ and a dry weight of just 1,800lb, it’s light enough to be towed by small SUVs from the likes of Subaru and Jeep.
On the other hand, the HC1 Venture is geared more toward the business end of things — think cross-country branding opportunities or setting up shop at a farmer’s market. Happier Camper says that this particular model “is equipped to seamlessly work with your business goals,” all the while retaining the lightweight composition akin to the HC1 Studio. The Venture features two vending windows and interior serving bars for the traditional food truck feel, although it’s presented in a sleeker fashion that’s sure to draw plenty of customers. It can also be outfitted and custom-sized to suit any business.
Those interested in scheduling a road trip this summer — or opening a mobile roadside business — should seriously consider looking into these trailers. Happier Campier’s new HC1 trailers are available now, starting from $49,950 for the Studio.