For Australia's Ultimate Off-Road Campers, it's what's on the inside that counts.
A two-wheeled tough guy that’s been 20 years in the making, the all-new Ultimate Nexus is rough on the outside but has a unique interior that’s more suited for your living room than the Outback.
Featuring a king-size bed, kitchenette, wraparound leather couch, LEDs and a laser projector, the Nexus crams all of its goodies into a canvas tent that opens to the side.
Nexus Camper (5 images)
With other standard features like a built-in hot water system, gas heater, 160-watt solar panel, off-road electric brakes and 20-inch alloy wheels in premium tires, the Nexus is “built for Australian off-road conditions, in Australia, by Australians.”
Fortunately, the Nexus also costs 73,500 Australian dollars, which works out to $55,650 in USD. For anyone who’s worried the Nexus isn’t worth it, Ultimate has a try-before-you-buy program.