WHY THE NEXUS?
ACCORDING TO Steve Smith, sales manager for Ultimate, the Nexus is designed for the growing number of overlanders investing in prestige 4WDs. “We’re finding people who are spending more than $80,000 on a tow vehicle want a camper trailer that expresses their touring ambitions,” explains Smith. He says luxury Redarc appliances such as solar, DC-DC charging, and 240V pure sine wave power; Revolution lithium batteries, and touches such as an EMP underlay for the king-size bed matter to astute buyers, but believes it is the smart detailing throughout that makes the Nexus stand out. “Having the leather interior and the carbon fibre finish in the bench and tabletops set it apart,” he says. In fact, Smith reckons the carbon fibre benchtops are unique to the market. “You’re more likely to see it [carbon fibre] on a sports car.” The Nexus we saw was the first cab off the rank for Ultimate fresh from its launch at the recent Supershow in Rosehill, NSW. “The response was really positive; we’ve had existing owners express interest and it’s attracted new customers as well to it due its appearance and included features,” Smith told CTA.