Patriot to release the X1 All 4 Adventure 2016 Signature Series camper later this year
Two new Patriot Campers Supertourers and a brand new camper model have hit the road and will feature on the new season of the All 4 Adventure TV show.
Patriot, which has supported the show for several seasons, built the new rigs in under two weeks for show hosts Jase Andrews and Simon Anderson.
This year, the boys will tow a Patriot X1 All 4 Adventure 2016 Signature Series, which will be released to the public as a limited edition model later this year, as well as a brand new TH730 toy hauler.
The X1 2016 Signature Series has a wider chassis and a lower centre of gravity.
The TH730 is fundamentally the same as the TH610 toy hauler but with a 1200mm longer deck, capable of hauling two Polaris ATVs. It has a full kitchen and comes with 500kg-rated ramps.
The TH730 will be towed by a 79 Series dual cab GXL LandCruiser with a 300mm chassis extension, GVM upgrade and canopy on the back. Patriot installed a full complement of gear including roof racks, TJM barwork, winches, lithium batteries, a 1500W inverter, battery management system (BMS) and a full overhaul of the driver’s cab.
The second Supertourer is a 200 Series LandCruiser. It is the same truck All 4 Adventure used in the last series, but it has been stripped back and rebuilt with a Patriot body.
The LC200 features a 4.2t GVM upgrade and a new Patriot Mini Canopy – a new product which Patriot is still working on and plans to release to the public shortly. It also has lithium batteries, an inverter, BMS and room for a quad bike on the back.