We’ve seen countless off-roading trailers in the past, but the Bruder EXP-8 all set to be released next month is a level higher than the rest. The travel trailer is built for the hardcore explorers who stop at nothing and appreciate the comfy interiors.
The best thing being, this off-road trailer brings a degree of luxury and comfort while doing all the hard work in unforgettable terrain. This is the Australian company’s biggest and the best-designed trailer yet. It brings a spacious interior, self-sufficient power capabilities and the ability to go long range without much hassle. The EXP-8 is based on the predecessor EXP-6 with the added weather-proof all-season promise and the complete off-grip capability. Some things from the EXP-6 have been omitted to bring a more robust design to the fore. There’s no pop-up roof, the outdoor side kitchen is missing and the washroom is now relocated to the front section. The trailer gets a full-sized kitchen (with a 12-bottle wine rack) and a dining room to the opposite side. It will be able to comfortably accommodate four people and with customization, six people can also fit in.
On the outside, the EXP-8 is a fortress with an insulated body and a waterproof chassis. To take on any demanding terrain, the off-road trailer has an independent moving suspension system aided by the big 37-inch mud-terrain wheels. This means a stable ride inside, even though you’ll be treading the most demanding scalable landscape on the face of the planet. The rig will have its own water purifications system and a 1,600-W solar energy array on the roof connected to a 2.5kWh battery pack for electricity needs. For backup, there is a 5,000-W inverter as well. According to Bruder, the trailer will also have a reverse-osmosis system to purify water from natural sources, so that hardcore explorers never ever run out of drinking water.
Bruder EXP-8 is going to be launched in October, and at that time more details about its power-packed features are going to be revealed. Although you can expect to tow it on the back of your Land Cruiser to explore the not-so-common regions of the world. That said, the trailer is speculated to cost around $177,000 – a crazy amount for which you can get an off-roader camper van or truck!