This teardrop trailer with a glass roof panel expands into a multi-room cabin with its own bedroom 

The Hunter Nature Raptor XC teardrop camper is undoubtedly the coolest.

Normally you’d expect teardrop trailers to be tiny and compact, but this one is roomy enough to fit up to three people. This is made possible by its unique feature—a long-slide out at the rear where the lift-up tailgate galley is usually found.

At a glance, the caravan looks like any other teardrop trailer, but that changes once it’s unhitched.

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The room’s seven-foot expansion allows camper families to add a master bedroom, indoor cooking area, dining area, and a wet bathroom.

The Raptor XC is designed to be easily towed behind any mid-sized SUV, over rivers and through forests. It’s the ideal companion for a short stay or a long trip.

The vehicle has a sandwich of aluminum exterior walls and interior walls, with XPS insulation. It has BFGoodrich all terrain tire-shod alloy wheels that are cushioned by an independent suspension system. This makes the trailer durable enough for off-the-beaten-path trips.

The Hunter Nature Raptor XC
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Campers can use the rear pull-out to create an indoor, fully-insulated space in which they can retire for the evening or days. The extension extends the teardrop trailer body from 15.7 feet to 22.6ft (4.8 to 6.9m) and can be operated manually or with a remote control.

You’ll find a master bedroom with a double bed, overhead shelves, dual skylights, and long side windows in the slide-out, allowing you to enjoy plenty of natural light and a panoramic view of the outdoors.

The master bedroom inside a Hunter Nature Raptor XC
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The private space is separated from the main cabin by a doorway. Behind the kitchenette, you will find an L-shaped dining room.

To create a single bed for a third camper, you can lower the pop-up dining room at night.

The kitchen features a two-burner gas range, a sink and a steel counter in an L-shaped design.

The kitchen inside a Hunter Nature Raptor XC
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Next to the kitchen is a private wet bath that features a solid door, which you’ll rarely find in a teardrop trailer.

It includes a toilet, sink, as well as a shower. The bathroom has a side and a dedicated, curved front window.

The bathroom inside a Hunter Nature Raptor XC
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The main cabin, like the bedroom, also has two full-length skylights as well as long side windows. These give the space a bright, open feeling.

The main cabin inside a Hunter Nature Raptor XC
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The Raptor XC is powered using a 120-Ah battery and a 160-W solar panel mounted on the roof. The trailer also has a touchscreen panel that allows you to view system information and control various onboard components.

The caravan has fresh water in a 120L stainless steel tank, and wastewater in a 100L aluminum tank. Truma Combi heaters maintain the perfect temperature for both water and cabin all year.

A Porsche towing a Hunter Nature Raptor XC
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Hunter Nature doesn’t list the Raptor XC’s price, but it is reportedly priced at €39,000 (around $43,900). Unfortunately, this Raptor XC is only available to European residents. It is hoped that it gains enough momentum and spreads to the US sooner.

The video below shows the Raptor XC at work.

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