Traveling cross-country is an adventurer’s dream, but it often means you have to adjust to lower comfort levels. Conqueror Australia is set to bust that myth with a camper trailer that features almost everything a regular home has. As featured by Lloyd Alter over at Treehugger, the new UEV400 is compact, extremely versatile and packs everything from wine glasses to two-burner stoves and flat-screen TVs.
UEV stands for Urban Escape Vehicle and looks like it can reach the most remote areas of the planet. It has a small kitchen with a two-burner stove and a double sink, and compartments for storing everything a kitchen needs. With luxuries such as the diesel hot water system, interior heating, air-conditioning, microwave, shower, fridge and even a DVD player, UEV440 seems to be a dream come true for off-road campers.
The trailer can be placed on an uneven terrain thanks to pullouts that are designed to cantilever. Tarps and other surfaces protect against bugs and rain and a fan pressurizes the interior so dust can’t get in. With rock-solid construction and CNC-manufactured body parts, UEV440 combines flexibility and strength and can easily be transformed from a vehicle crashing through the wilderness to a quiet retreat. The trailer costs about US$62,675.