Bowlus Road Chief ‘Endless Highways’ Is A $185k Retro Travel Trailer Bathed In Chrome

If you want to go on a cross-country adventure in a travel trailer which turns heads, the new Endless Highways model from Bowlus Road Chief could be absolutely perfect.

Like other models from the company, the Endless Highways model features an aluminium and aircraft-riveted shell. The monocoque construction beautifully combines the underpinnings with the aluminium exterior skin meaning the whole thing only weighs 3,300 lbs (1,496 kg) all while looking incredibly cool. It really is a thing to behold from the outside.

Bowlus has designed the trailer to be the perfect home-away-from-home for those who want to go off-grid. Consequently, it features a power-management system with 4kWh lithium-ion phosphate batteries which can power all of the onboard appliances for a week between recharges. Customers can option a 120-watt solar panel to boost power capacity.

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Other pieces of tech within the trailer include a 2000-watt sine-wave inverter, a mobile router with a 3G/4G modem, a private WiFi network, and a number of USB charging ports and a charging station located under the small dining table.

Found within the cabin is a large sofa finished in brown leather and two additional leather chairs to relax in. There is also a small kitchenette as well as a separate section which houses the bathroom that includes a large shower. Two people can comfortably sleep in the trailer.

Unfortunately, traveling in style like this does come at a cost. $185,000 to be exact. That’s a lot of money but the Endless Highways trailer can be financed from $942 a month for those not willing to pay almost $200,000 up front.

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