Brüder, the Queensland-based builder of extreme off-road expedition trailer the Brüder EXP-6, has today unveiled it’s baby brother version, an insane, go-anywhere off-road teardrop camper with fully adjustable independent suspension and the sort of looks that’s keep you safe from zombies.
There’s very little information available so far, apart from what we can see in the below video (although Bruder is a master of engaging video marketing ideas). The suspension looks similar to that on the EXP-6, although with only a single axle and dual, remote canister shocks on each arm. The kitchen has an upright fridge and stainless steel sink, but there’s no sign of a stove.
Inside, the camper looks like it can sleep three, as there’s a small bunk over the foot of the main bed. There are also two solar panels on the roof (maybe 80W each), and a roof rack system. It also has the same carbon fibre snorkel and filter system, which can be turned on remotely to keep dust out when you’d rather it didn’t come in.
More details are expected to be released on Friday.
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