The Bruder EXP series from Down Under is one of the most ridiculously overbuilt and impressively equipped camper trailers we’ve ever seen. The EXP collection, which consists of massive, industrial-style composite fortresses with adjustable air suspension, pressurised, dust-free interiors, gourmet kitchens, and extras like optional washer/dryers and wine racks, has never cried out for an upgrade. The new Stealth package for all EXP trailers, from the EXP-4 ruggedized geo-drop to the new EXP-8 flagship, has nonetheless been introduced by Bruder. The updated package adds greater power, comfort, and off-road ability in addition to black-out appearance to accommodate even more ambitious off-grid activities.
In Bruder’s style guide, black and grey have always played a significant role, but the Stealth Edition elevates those minimalistic looks. All Stealth variants are completely black, from the roof rack to the tyre contact patch, with 18-inch black alloy wheels and 305/60R18 tyres to complete the look.
The equipment enhancements are what really make each Bruder EXP trailer better, even though the new colour scheme provides each one a slight visual edge. All three models start with a 300-W solar blanket, increasing their capacity for off-grid electricity. For a total battery capacity of 800 Ah, the EXP-6 receives an additional 200 Ah of power. In contrast, the EXP-4 includes a 2,000-W inverter-charger. The EXP-8 receives a regular microwave oven because it already has a top-tier electrical system with greater battery and converter power than either of those improvements can offer.
A variety of exterior improvements are made to all three EXP Stealth variants, starting with an electrically operated side awning and continuing with a 4,500 lb (2,040-kg) rear winch, tyre inflation kit, two blacked-out MaxTrax Extreme recovery boards, and more storage.
A drop-down privacy tent with a portable toilet and a platform rack for the EXP-4, an additional 45 L of water storage and an improved audio system with two additional indoor and outdoor speakers for the EXP-6, and a potent roof-mounted light bar and enhanced audio for the EXP-8 are additional model-specific upgrades.