Luxury Off-Road Camper Trailer is the Ultimate Urban Escape Vehicle


If you've ever wanted to venture long distances but don't want to sacrifice comfort, then Conqueror Australia has something just for you. The UEV-440 is a luxury compact camper-trailer that has the features and accessories you'd find in your own home. It even packs wine glasses and a flat-screen TV with surround sound!

UEV stands for Urban Escape Vehicle, and it definitely is made to take you from the city to the country. The folding camper has a small kitchen (including a pantry and double sink), interior heating, air conditioning, a shower, and much more. It has a number of sleeping arrangements to suit both couples and families, and water-resistant tarps for unexpected rain showers.

The trailer can travel on uneven terrain and is built for off-road. It's 4.4 meters in length and has a short distance between the wheels and its tow-point, which makes it agile for tight and twisty corners. Coils and a patented suspension system allow it to maneuver rocky land with ease. The well-thought design and amenities make the UEV-440 your home-away-from-home as you explore the great outdoors.



UEV-440 website
via [Inhabitat]



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