Most travel trailers have a hard time meeting both looks and functionality requirements in one package. Happier Camper, on the other hand, makes everything possible by providing (at least to me) a deep sense of freedom.
And it is immediately a political manifesto. Get it here: freedom from modularity for the hippies of the third millennium. Nice, huh? I wouldn't even take a vote. However...
It's a fact: versatility is an absolutely necessary factor. We have always expressed it, since the days of the great Volkswagen California. Those were Hippy times, n'est pas? Now, in times of little expressed and highly sought-after versatility, there is this Happier Camper HC1which is one of the most versatile motorhomes out there. Above all, it has an aspect that makes me fall in love: dry the 60s!
Happier Camper, every change is beneficial
The modular floor of this motorhome makes it versatile for any situation, and its layout can be changed to suit every need. It has an intelligently designed adaptive interior with a system that is mysteriously called Adaptiv: it consists of six different modules that can be rearranged into different configurations. The six modules include a kitchenette, bench, table, cushion, floor panel and cover. The elements of the camper can also be used as outdoor furniture when sitting around the fire or cooking.
You can camp in this caravan for short trips or you can bring a large number of friends for a longer trip. If you are interested in bringing friends for a vacation, change the configuration and you will have a capacity of 5 people. Alternatively you can have a large bed with a set of linens for two adults, and there is a kitchen with stove and a large refrigerator for two people. If you have more friends, don't forget the canned supplies! Bonfire Beans: You're Hippies, you like them. I tell you, trust me.
The Happy Camper comes with modern features like USB charging sockets, an air conditioner, a Bose sound system, and a tablet docking station. It also has a built-in 100W solar panel for power generation.
This funny retro-style camper, literally made from two fiberglass shells, is the praise of compactness
It weighs less than 500 pounds (approximately 1.100 pounds). It is compact, 4 meters (about 13 feet) long and just over 2 meters (about 7 feet) wide. This means that it can enter tight urban spaces. With its 12 square meters (42 square feet) of floor space and almost 2 meters high, it enhances small barrels (inside, you know, there is good wine). Windows on all sides allow lots of light inside, and pop-up curtains can be used for privacy.
The price? That too is Hippy, just like the old Volkswagen: less than 25.000 euros. A little in advance, split the installments with friends and in 2 years you are done, paying much less than what hotels and rented houses would cost you. How do you say? Are these all more comfortable options?