Ultimate Nexus Camper

Aug 7, 2017

Category: Living

In the world of camper trailers, there appear to be two available types: the ruggedly capable spartan variety and the luxurious-yet-delicate ones. And there doesn’t seem to be much in between. Well that’s about to change courtesy of the Ultimate NEXUS camper.

When folded into tow-mode, this tiny camper is very aerodynamic, nimble, and incredibly tough – equipped with heavy-duty shock absorbers, 20-inch tires, and 22-inches of ground clearance. However, it transforms into a shockingly large living space offering a king-sized bed in the cantilevered sleeping area; a galley with sinks, a dual-burner stove, a fridge, and counter space; and a large lounge area with seating. It’s even equipped with a gas heating system, a 110-liter water tank with a pump, 1340 liters of nose-cone storage, and electric brakes. And you can have it all starting at $58,167.

Purchase: $58,167+

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