Gallery: Bowlus Unveils New Travel Trailer

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Bowlus Road Chief has added the Endless Highways model to its current product offering.

“The Endless Highways offers the best-of-the-best in adventure land travel,” said Bowlus Road Chief CEO Geneva Long. “It is the most refined travel trailer ever created, perfect for travelers who crave it all: advanced technology and the utmost in luxurious amenities, all packaged in our signature ‘Streamline Moderne’ design. We have created the ultimate land travel experience by fusing technology, design, craftsmanship, and luxury. The Endless Highways also features a high-tech battery management system for best-in-class, off-grid capability. Our design places adventurers at the core of every decision.”

Hand-crafted to aerospace standards, the Bowlus Road Chief Endless Highways features the company’s signature aluminum frame and aircraft-riveted shell and has a base weight of 3,300 pounds. Monocoque construction melds the TIG-welded aluminum spaceframe with the 2024 T3 aluminum exterior skin to create a highly aerodynamic trailer.

The Endless Highways model includes a lithium-iron-phosphate battery system. Its power-management system uses four kilowatt-hour, lithium-iron-phosphate batteries, allowing full operation of appliances using only battery power for up to a week between recharges. The batteries can also run the Endless Highways’ 10,000 BTU air-conditioner for up to four hours on a single charge. An optional 120-watt solar panel further extends power capacity. Another Bowlus Road Chief first includes the Bluetooth-monitorable power management system. The system also includes a 2,000-watt pure sine-wave inverter with the ability to boost 120-volt AC power from 15 to 30 amps.

A mobile router with an embedded 3G/4G modem and GPS provides a private Wi-Fi network. Further, USB charging ports and charging stations are located under the dinette table.

Advanced galley features include a 12-volt fridge/freezer and a microwave that can run on battery power. A two-burner Italian cooktop is integrated into the stainless-steel countertop. Four people can comfortably eat and sleep in the Endless Highways, according to Bowlus.

Separated from the living quarters and the bedroom by solid insulated privacy doors, the stand-alone shower features an Italian marine shower head that can be extended outdoors. The shower flooring and seating are crafted from teak. Self-contained en-suite amenities include a stainless-steel sink, full-length mirror, vanity with medicine cabinet, continuous hot water, and large wardrobes.

Real-wood walls and ceilings are sealed on all six sides. The signature Bowlus Road Chief hydronic heating system additionally provides in-floor heating. Two interior themes are offered, as well as upgrades inspired by the American Southwest. The Bowlus Road Chief interior designers can also work with clients to craft personalized themes.

Two twin beds easily convert to a king bed. The sofa and armchairs convert to third and fourth sleeping berths.

Pricing for the Endless Highways starts at $185,000; financing is available for as low as $942 per month.

For additional information, contact Bowlus Road Chief at 702-762-9137 or visit

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