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While the XPCamper V1 is a formidable camper system, it is only suitable for large full size trucks. Many of us want the ability to get down smaller tracks around the globe, or in our back yards, and the XPCamper (www.XPCamper.com) V2 was designed for just that purpose. The camper is designed to fit on a variety of mid sized pickups, but the most popular option here in the US is the Toyota Tacoma. More exotic, at least here in the US, builds like a Defender 150 quad cab and a Land Cruiser 70 Series pickup are already on order at XP. The V2 Proto build is on a 2013 4 door Tacoma, with the full spectrum of off road accessories; OME shocks, floating Firestone rear airbags, ARB front bumper, ARB front & rear lockers, Warn Winch and Cooper STT MT tires. Just like the XP V1 camper, the V2 is designed to fit on a flatbed in order to maximize living space in the camper and provide the maximum utility when the camper is removed from the truck.
XPCampers are arguably the most modern truck campers currently available on the US market. The high quality marine grade appliances, electronics and fittings let you know that the camper is built to last. The extremely tidy layout utilizes many ideas from boat interior design to optimize the use of all available space, while also making sure that nothing is shifting around during transit. The monocoque foam core fiberglass shell and smooth fiberglass interior structures would feel right at home in any luxury yacht. All these structures combine to provide a super durable, easy to clean, well-insulated and lightweight camper.