What the 4.75 stands for is this unit's length in meters, and the 3X may have nothing to do with the number of people that can sleep in this unit because that number is four. However, what sets Raptor aside from most other camper manufacturers on the market isn't the bedding arrangement or interior living space; it's how they carefully build and equip each unit that leaves their lot to sustain off-road, on-road, and off-grid travel and living.
At its base, the NTR 3X features a galvanized steel frame found in another unit from this manufacturer, the 4X. While this will take water, dust, and mud like a champ, features like an independent suspension and off-road tires are the ones that will really open up your horizons. Think about it; you can journey down those random roads that pop up out of nowhere.
As for the off-grid capabilities that this camper yields, most of it will be in your hands. Except for a few basics like wiring and water tanks and pumps, you'll have to drop extra cash to make this camper adventure worthy. Batteries, solar panels, a diesel heater, and AC units are all extra. Don't fret; with around $10K, you should be able to deck out just about any camper with some solid systems.
One thing that isn't lacking for sure in the 3X is storage. Whether it be inside or outside, options are found in all the cabinets and bays tattered all over the shell or in countless cupboards and under the bed and other furnishings. Whatever you need to bring, be it foods, liquids, gear, and even toys, all of it has a place in this machine.
So, how much is something like this going to cost? Well, things get a bit tricky here. I combed through pages and pages of data only to find no specific price for this unit. However, if we consider that other campers from this manufacturer are priced around the €35,000 mark ($35,800 at current exchange rates), then the price for a 3X shouldn't be far off.
Sure, the interior living space may be a tad cramped for four people, but two should live comfortably and safely while exploring the world with an NTR 3X by their side, and that alone makes it worth reading about on a Saturday afternoon.