Meet the Bruder EXP-6, an amazing high-tech travel trailer designed for off-roading and built by Australian company, Bruder. This amazing house on wheels has epic suspension, an aerodynamic design and all kinds of fantastic features and upgrades available.
The home can sleep two with a double bed, or you can get three extra bunks to sleep up to 6 comfortably. It has a cool kitchen that’s accessible from both the exterior and interior, as well as two fridges: One you can access outside and one from inside. And yes, there’s a bathroom, and an additional outdoor shower, as well.
As you can imagine, something this fancy comes with a pretty big price tag, but it’s worth showing you all because of the ingenious features that you can get inspiration from. I filled out a quote for the basic model shipped to the US, and it starts at $115,000 USD. You can fill out your own quote here.
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Here’s the pull-out refrigerator and counter space.
You can upgrade to get this great electrical awning.
Inside is your couch and indoor refrigerator.
You can get sleeping for up to six in your Bruder!
The swivel table gives you a great spot to eat inside.
There’s clever storage hidden everywhere.
Here’s the entrance to the bathroom.
Traditional wet bath inside.
There’s a table for a grill outside, and you can get an induction cooktop.
Here’s the kitchen, accessible via both the inside and outside.
What do you think of this off-roading wonder?
VIDEO: BRUDER EXP-6 EXPEDITION TRAILER
- Weight: 1980kg*
- ATM: 3000kg*
- Axle Capacity: 5200kg
- Brakes: 4-wheel ventilated disc
- Body Length: 5000mm
- Total Length: 6723mm
- Ground Clearance: 650mm
- Max Tyre Size: 35inch
- Low Height: 2120mm (2470mm GT version)
- Max Height: 2430mm (2780mm GT version)
- Body Width: 1920mm
- Wheel Track: 1690mm
- Body Insulation R-value: Over 5.1
- Water Capacity: 170L Internal body tank (more water storage available)
- Chassis: Certified engineered, air-tight & sealed (no holes), painted black, 125mm x 75mm with 2x recovery points and optional Warn winch.
- Suspension: Certified engineered, Bruder patented design, 12-inch adjustable wheel travel with correct geometry, 450 grade high tensile circular hollow section tapered suspension arms, 4x Bruder specific remote canister rose joint mono tube shock absorbers.
- Body: Certified engineered, Epoxy bonded closed cell composite up to 60mm with no pathway in construction for insulation leakage.
- * Weight fluctuates up/down depending on options and build selected. Each EXP-6 is individually weighted
- * ATM can be altered to suit application
- FROM $159,900 Australian dollars
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The suspension (demonstrated in the video) is impressive. It sure looks like a well-designed adventure vehicle. But I discourage people from driving through open deserts, on the beach and other natural areas—tiny critters live there. Humans don’t need to take our vehicles everywhere.
That is a good point!
I love this design. I wish our RV Industry was as innovative in their design and construction considering those who enjoy the off grid camping that we have instead of trailer park garbage that we have.
@Pete Wilson – Companies like Bruder are starting to partner with US companies and are releasing products in the states… So you’ll be seeing more features you may have previously only found in Australian and European RV’s/Caravans…