That’s what you’re looking at here, the Icon E2 Hypercamper from Lifestyle Campers, an Australian crew that’s looking to do the whole mobile home game a bit different than what we may be used to. For over 20 years, this team has always focused on innovation, design, and manufacturing. One way to see if you should buy your next travel trailer from this crew is to take a look at one of the products, in this case, the E2.
Like most other camper trailers of this type, the E2 is available in three different layouts, each tuned to specific needs and capacities. With a range of two to four guests, there are options suitable for your needs and family.
For a quick idea of what’s in store for you, a layout features one bed suitable for two adults, another features a queen bed plus a bunk, and the final option shows room for four guests with two double bunks.
Your E2 will be completed with a hot-dip galvanized chassis with an undercoat and stone guard, no matter which model you choose. Throw on 12-inch electric brakes and MT tires on 16-inch alloy wheels, and you should be ready to take on the off-road. Then there’s the independent coil spring suspension with dual shock absorbers. A Cruisemaster hitch completes this trailer’s ability to handle rough terrains.
While I couldn’t find any information regarding the materials and techniques used in building the E2, trade secrets and all, we can see that it’s a pop-up roof trailer with more than enough ins and outs to store whatever your mobile lifestyle requires. Overall, this trinket comes in with a tare weight of 1,550 kg (3,417 lbs) and an ATM of 2,300 kg (5,070 lbs), more than enough room to bring along goods and gear. With a width of 2.02 m (6.63 ft) and length of 5.5 m (18 ft), it’s not the largest travel trailer you’ll find, but then again, if it was any bigger, it may have a harder time roaming around.
Before we head inside the E2, I want to bring your attention to the kitchen, the most important exterior feature. That’s right, at the rear of the port side of this camper, a large swing-out kitchen equipped with two burners, sink, and worktop is available and sitting underneath an awning. The fridge is on a slideout a the front of the E2. Numerous cupboards and pantries house your goods for when you’re ready to cook. A water pump with a tap will be supplying water from one 80-liter (21-gallon) water tank to another.
With an electrical system that features a deep cycle battery, 12-volt and USB outlets both inside and outside, a voltmeter, and a portable solar connection hookup, you should be set with the basics. Anything more than this, you’ll have to let Lifestyle know.
Inside the habitat, guests will be able to find countless storage lockers, drawers, and under-bed storage. A dinette with a fold-over table offers a place to enjoy meals. If you’ve chosen any bunk bed options, the dinette seats seem to be replaced by bedding. Once the roof is in place, windows you’ll find windows, so being inside will still feel as though …….