The Scorpion Micro-Hybrid is a game-changer in the compact off-road segment. Packaging a go-anywhere high clearance chassis with the comforts of a queen size bed and 3 seater lounge dinette, all in a 10ft body.
The secret to its success is the north-south queen bed which cleverly lifts into the roof space during the day. In doing so, it exposes a comfortable 3 seater lounge dinette, making the best use of the available space.
While comfort is important, so is the ability to explore into remote terrain. The foundation of the Scorpion is a hot dipped galvanised chassis engineered to carry a load of (standard 2000kg) or up to 2500kg if required.
Cruisemaster XT coil suspension with dual shockers per wheel massage out the corrugations and twelve inch electric brakes take care of stopping duties.
On the outside, there’s double glazed tinted windows with bug mesh and block-out blinds, a wind out awning and the industies best rear pop-up ensuite shower pod with hot and cold water.
The Scorpion also comes with a stainless steel kitchen (with hot and cold water), pantry, fridge slide, plenty of lockable storage compartments, and a Raptor coated (like Rhinocoat) front storage box with integrated stone protection shielding the gas cylinders and jerry cans.
The Scorpion has been designed with an innovative space saving interior which includes a full queen size bed that cleverly lifts into the roof space when not in use to reveal a comfortable internal lounge area. This is great for freeing up valuable living space when required such as during the daytime.
The internal feels deceptively spacious and even with the bed down in the sleeping position it is light and airy with plenty of head room.
Because of the insulated fibreglass wall and roof construction the inside temperature remains a lot more comfortable than most camper trailers or caravans.