XPCamper

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XPCampers utilize the best materials and systems available to explore further.

It took founder Marc Wassmann more than seven years to design the world’s first composite pop-up camper.  Using some of the most innovative designs and materials, the XPCamper was developed to withstand the most challenging off-road conditions that any adventurer could haul it into.  A true expedition accessory, the camper utilizes a propane-free, diesel system to power the lights, water pump and electronics. Adding to the already impressive streamlined features, Wassmann included the largest single 12 volt solar package available on the market - the aptly named Go Power! Overlander Solar Kit. The 160 watt solar panel, fuse block and controller easily integrate into the camper’s high-end electrical system to provide additional and dependable battery charging power – a major bonus while travelling in the most remote regions of the planet.

The first camper was released with huge success in 2009 and continues to grow in popularity.  In April 2013, the V2 Tacoma camper made its debut at the Overland Expo, once again featuring a Go Power! solar kit.

 

XPCamper Prototype at Overland Expo (featuring Go Power! Solar)

 

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