The tall 2023 RexRover looks like a 1990’s artist rendition of what campers will look like in 2035. It is refreshing to see a camper built practically and with an interior designed by someone who has more than the briefest subscription to Architectural Digest. Sleek, plush, and ever so slightly industrial, the RexRover is sure to turn some heads this year.
Built on the ever-popular and capable V6 Ford F150 Supercab 4×4 chassis, the RexRover has been designed to offer the space, luxury, and amenities of a larger RV while retaining a degree of off-road capability and practicality. This vehicle can carry you comfortably to the Alvord or the beaches of Baja and is touted as an all-weather, all-terrain vehicle that can carry up to five (two large and three small) passengers while weighing less than 7,500 lbs, dry.
The RexRover fiberglass camper exterior is equipped with a 10 foot flush-mount electric awning, a roof access ladder, a 50-inch double LED light bar and LED side and rear pod lights, roof-mounted solar panels, running boards, lockable water filler cap, and an electric staircase. A rear storage rack houses an external gearbox, which will likely store camping and recovery gear, and a full-size spare wheel.
While the camper’s exterior is well equipped, the feature-packed interior will likely appeal most to the discerning traveler. A cab-over king-size bed is ready when you are, and the dinette table converts into a queen-size bed when the kids need to sleep or when Mr. Overlander is in the dog box again. The walls are trimmed in a luxury thermal covering, and the floor is covered in a weatherproof coating. The 1.5 inch Corinth countertop boasts a slide out extension, and the extruded aluminum cabinetry features “toe kick” lighting mirrored by LED ceiling lights. A heater will keep you warm, and a 12 volt air conditioning unit and MaxxAir Deluxe roof fan will keep you cool while you’re watching the game on a 24 inch smart TV. Ample double glass windows provide natural light and airflow, further elevating the vehicle’s aesthetic and practicality.
The kitchen is a chef’s dream equipped with all the mod cons, including a microwave, 12 volt stainless steel 137 liter fridge/freezer combo, dual burner induction cooktop, a washing machine, and even a coffee machine. The RexRover’s electrical system consists of two 300 AH LifePO4 lithium batteries, a 3000-watt inverter, DC/DC alternator charging, and two 600-watt solar panels, all controlled via a digital control panel. With careful water, fuel, and power management (and a subscription to Starlink, if needed), this vehicle seems ideal for long journeys far from the grid.
As expected from a premium-priced camper, the RexRover also includes a full hot and cold water wet bath shower unit and an exterior access cassette toilet. A marine-grade water filtration delivers safe, potable water from a forty-gallon fresh water tank to a forty-gallon gray water tank. A stainless steel faucet compliments a stainless steel sink with a pull-down spray.
On paper, the RexRover appears to check all the boxes, as it should, with a price tag of $350,000 for the standard camper. All 27 North campers are built in Springfield, Missouri.
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