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This $50K Australian Glamping Machine is Modified for Off-Road Survival

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Check out this luxurious Black Series-built trailer that enables you to go wherever you want. HQ12’s compact design is suitable for weekend camping enthusiasts.

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According to a report, Black Series focuses on creating a luxurious, home-like experience in rugged outdoor areas.

With 14 years of industry experience and over 100,000 units sold across the United States, Europe, and Australia, Black Series integrates camper R&D, manufacturing, and vehicle testing, as key to its camper brand.

Black Series’ HQ12 comes with an exterior length of 19.6 ft (5.9 m), is 7.8 ft (2.4 m) wide, and when open comes in with a height of 10.3 ft (3.14 m). While traveling, it’ll only be 8.4 ft (2.6 m) tall. The interior yields 6.7 ft (2.04m) of space while open.

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Black Series uses aluminum composite for exterior panels and diamond plating on the lower portion to provide extra durability and protection.

R16 spray foam insulation is incorporated into the walls and the roof. A one-piece aluminum roof tops everything off. You’ll see the polymer-coated embedded canvas with mesh screens when you remove the roof.

Inside the HQ12, you’ll find a double bed, modular lounge, bunk bed, fully-loaded kitchen, and even a wet bath.

It also features endless storage overhead, under the bed, and part of the galley unit. There is also pass-through storage outside. Keeping you comfortable will be a 16,000 BTU furnace and a 13,500 BTU AC unit, both under control via a panel.

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While the interior already comes with a kitchen with a microwave, three-burner stove, and fridge, the HQ12 comes equipped with an extra outdoor kitchen. There’s also an open sink that slides out, a second stovetop, as well as tables for meal preps. The inclusion of an exterior shower is there to make sure you drag no dirt with you.

Plumbing is ample in this unit and features showers and a bathroom. It also includes 64 gallons (291 liters) of fresh water and a hot water system to keep water at optimum temperatures. The drinking water is supplied by the 16 gallons (73-liter) of triple-filtered water system.

One of the essential components for living off-grid is electricity, and the HQ12 boasts two 100 Ah batteries, four 150-watt solar panels mounted on the roof, a 2,000-watt inverter, and countless LED lights and power plugs. All are controlled via a panel with digital gauges.

Explore more of this amazing HQ12 via Black Series.

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