Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Performance Edition trailer

Yacht on Wheels: Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Performance Edition Trailer

Combine a yacht with private aviation design and technology. What do you have? The ultimate retro-cool camper trailer. Meet the Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Performance Edition.

Want a camper trailer that will look perfect behind your electrified Tesla Model X or sporty midsize Porsche Macan SUV? The classic looks of the Bowlus Road Chief camper trailer are perfect for the task.

Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Performance Edition trailer

Launched this month, the Endless Highways Performance Edition of this classic-looking RV will allow you to adventure farther off the beaten path and off the grid for even longer.

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The shape of the Road Chief trailer is a patented design — the pointy silver bullet. It provides impressive aerodynamics and road manners behind a wide variety of tow vehicles. The new Endless Highways Performance Edition’s crazy-low weight, just 3,200 pounds, also opens up a lot of tow vehicle options.

However, this trailer isn’t small, standing 8’5″ tall and measuring 25’9″ long. The Road Chief seats five and sleeps four comfortably, the brand claims. The forward V-berth-style bedroom looks like you’d be sleeping on a high-end custom wooden yacht.

Huge skylights with wood blinds aim to bring in tons of light, perhaps making the trailer feel even bigger than it already is. While the outside oozes cool with its shiny aluminum skin, the inside looks warm and welcoming with natural colors and wood accents.

Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Performance Edition trailer

You should not be left wanting for much in this fully appointed camper trailer. It has a shower, toilet, fridge, sink, and even microwave. Plus, a built-in cell-booster will help you use this as your remote mobile office.

Hydronic-heated floors add comfort in this trailer, which has an 800-pound gear-hauling capacity and 19 gallons of onboard fresh water. This thing looks ready for adventure.

“We are incredibly intentional about what we weave into the Bowlus Road Chief,” said Geneva Long, Bowlus founder and CEO. “Technology only exists to better our owners’ experiences, to allow them to adventure in a way only a Road Chief can. The ease of operation of a Road Chief is incomparable to any other RV.”

Endless Roads Performance Edition Offers More Power

The electrical system on the Endless Highways Performance Edition of the Road Chief trailer is the thing that separates it from the competition even more. The system is based on a 600Ah/7,680Wh lithium iron phosphate battery system. This system can operate for up to 2 weeks of off-grid use and can fully recharge in under 4 hours.

Not only does it have a 3,000W pure sine inverter to charge all your electronics, but the trailer’s air conditioning system can even run off the batteries for up to 2 nights. And you can control the entire electrical system from an app via a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection.

This impressive integrated trailer electrical system has one more trick up its sleeve. It can actually extend the range of an electric tow vehicle. If you decide to tow this camper trailer with an electric SUV, then the trailer battery bank can actually extend the range of your tow vehicle up to 16 miles.

Off-Grid Luxury Does Not Come Cheap

Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Performance Edition trailer

The Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways Performance Edition just launched this month. This high-end version of an already impressive camper trailer starts at a cool $225,000. The base model starts at $190,000 and goes up to $260,000 for a fully optioned version.

I guess home really can be wherever you park it!

Bryon Dorr
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Bryon Dorr caught the outdoor adventure addiction through whitewater kayaking, and worldwide adventures to remote places ensued. He crafted his own professional path as a photographer, journalist and marketing consultant in the automotive and outdoor industries, while full time overland traveling for nearly 8 years. You’ll usually find him out exploring by adventure motorcycle or 4x4, while seeking out opportunities to ski, mountain bike and kayak.

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