We would like to present a premium class expedition trailer with
an ultra light design of both the chassis and the body. The body of
the trailer is made of fiberglass combined with carbon fiber in the
lower part and the frame is made of heavy duty steel, which made it
possible to reduce its size and weight. The hydraulically lifted roof
makes using the trailer more convenient and facilitates moving
inside of the trailer, with the total height exceeding two meters.
Inside the trailer there is a bed with the basic dimensions of 130 cm
x 180 cm, with optional drawer pulled outside that increases the
length by an additional 30 cm. When the bed is folded, a table with
a sofa for two person is formed.
In the trailer there is a toilet with a shower and a washbasin and a
kitchen with a sink, a five-liter fridge, and a cooker supplied with
gas from an LPG system. Also, above the cooker there is an exhaust
hood and a system that generates overpressure so that when
traveling in sandy or dusty areas dust cannot penetrate inside the
trailer. The interior of the trailer is lit with energy-efficient LED
The trailer`s chassis is supported on an independent rocker
suspension that uses a dual spring and damper system made by
MAN. Also, the chassis uses replaceable hubs, which enables fitting
wheels from any off-road vehicle offered in the market and the
drawbar of the chassis has a coupler with adjustable height, which
makes it possible to connect the trailer to a vehicle of any height. In
the trailer, we use ball and eyehook connectors, as well as our
proprietary flexible new generation connector.
We use an advanced energy management system based on system
used in sea yachts, which, however, is dedicated to Vagrand
trailers. The system takes care of power distribution, charging of
batteries with photovoltaic panels with total output equal to 300
AH, as well as heating up of water, lighting, and operation of fans.
Onboard of the trailer there are 600 W 12 V/230 V converters. The
control panel displays the battery charging status, the power of the
photovoltaic panels, and the water and gas levels.