What makes this team so dang special is that they seem to be bringing back a particular style of camper, Trilliums or Bolers, characterized by a two-piece fiberglass shell that appears to be bulletproof. Heck, reports exist of this style of camper lasting even more than 50 years. That alone is worth the $33,900 Canadian ($26,500 American at current exchange rates) for one of these flagships.
As for the camper in question today, its name resonates with that of the company in that it's also called the armadillo (not with a capital A). Just as I mentioned that this manufacturer builds these campers in a particular style, the armadillo, too, is created out of fiberglass using two halves that are bonded together to yield a travel trailer that is weather and pest-proof. Heck, there isn't much that can eat away fiberglass.
After arriving at your campsite, you'll be able to unfurl things like awnings, dismount your bikes from their rack, and set up the outdoor shower and mobile galley if you brought one along. Don't worry; the interior has a place for you to cook your meals, but nothing beats grilled mackerel and veggies on an open fire.
To help you stay alive while out in the middle of nowhere, folding solar panels on the roof will be processing power and diverting it to batteries, and a freshwater tank of 10.8 gallons (49 liters) should suffice for a couple of days or so. If you need more water, there's plenty of exterior storage to bring more. Gas cans can also be brought along, up to two 20-pound (9.1-kilogram)buggers.
There's just one downside to this sleek and roomy camper; there's no interior bathroom. A porta potty is your best bet, coupled with the exterior shower I mentioned. However, if you want to get your hands on such a camper, just tell Armadillo that you'd like to eliminate a bed and install a shower; they may be able to make that happen; it'll cost extra for sure.
Now, I'd love to tell you all about all the little standard and extra goodies found in this camper, but that would require we be here for the next hour or so. However, you can always take matters into your own hands and see what sort of camper you can own for around $26,500 American.