If you’re dreaming of hitting the open road in style, explore uncharted territories, and enjoy the serenity of the great outdoors without sacrificing comfort, then X-Cabin 300 might just be your ultimate ticket to adventure.
Designed for the wanderers who love to take behind the wheel, Japanese startup X Cabin has rolled out a true marvel for camping enthusiasts – the X-Cabin 300. This lightweight, all-aluminum
At first glance, the X-Cabin 300 catches the eye with its glistening riveted aluminum exterior and classic rounded corners, reminiscent of the Airstream trailers. But as you move closer, you’ll notice that X-Cabin has put its unique stamp on this camping wonder.
While the Airstream boasts a distinctive aerodynamic shape, the X-Cabin 300 takes a different route with a plain, boxier design featuring a high-efficiency floor plan that optimizes every inch of space. You’ll find a convertible dinette that can easily transform into a cozy sleeping area, a well-equipped galley – with a sink, optional fridge box, and portable gas camping stove – for your culinary needs, and ample storage space to stow away your camping gear.
The name “cabin” is chosen to evoke the comfort and coziness of a ship or a plane cabin, promising a comfy retreat in the heart of the great outdoors. Weighing in at just 750 kilograms, the X-Cabin 300 boasts a solid foundation with its steel chassis crafted by the renowned German manufacturer AL-KO.
The charm doesn’t stop at the shiny exterior – the interior is brim with LEDs, cooled with an air conditioner, and is power-packed to provide energy back to the house, in case of emergencies. Buyers can choose between double doors or a tailgate at the rear, while the X Cabin’s commitment to customization leaves you with two different floor plans to choose from: in X-Cabin 300 Glamp and X-Cabin 300 Solo, in addition to the base 300 models. In Japan, the X-Cabin 300 is priced between ¥5.8 million ($40,000) and 7.2 million ($50,000), depending on your choice of floor plan.