The pandemic has made many skeptical about air travel and has made road trips a more popular choice. People are more open to taking campers and exploring less crowded spots for a change of pace after being cooped up in their homes for weeks. Those with an itch to travel have found quarantine difficult, but the Bowlus Road Chief (Performance Edition) is here to give them the luxury trip of their dreams – yes, it probably costs as much as an international trip with first-class tickets with a price tag of $225,000. But in current times, you are better off buying a luxury camper than a private jet, especially one that reduces your carbon footprint.
The Bowlus Road Chief is truly the chief of luxury campers with its high-end features that enable a zero-emissions trip. The 26-feet-long camper can house four people with sleeping and dining zones. It is no less than a hotel room with huge skylights in the main cabin crafted by the company’s best artisans to bring the outdoors inside and are optimized for stargazing. The skylights are made in the iconic Bowlus Road Chief shape which allows for full tensile strength to transmit along the Road Chief exterior armor-like shell. The expensive RV is complete with an outdoor kitchen equipped with a 110-volt outlet and propane outlet. The setup lets each owner customize the fittings to their needs with induction cooktops, propane BBQ’s, or even a margarita blender that are ready to plug and play.
“The Bowlus Road Chief is as exquisite as it is distinctive. Like any fine work of art, the Road Chief is the result of spectacular design and meticulous craft. There is nothing in the world like a Bowlus Road Chief adventure,” said Geneva Long, CEO.
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