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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.

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