Empty, you get 70 square feet of cargo storage for hauling something like a motorcycle or ATV. Or, using a set of cubes from 16 inches to 20 inches tall, you can rig up a long bench along three walls, install a bed, sink, and table, or make the whole interior a huge bed that sleeps five. A deep-cycle battery provides power, and a 100-watt solar panel can keep the juice flowing. While your gadgets drink from the sun, a manual awning keeps things people protected from it.
Along with an emphasis on design, the HC1 has three other things in common with that Airstream: it is built in the USA at the company headquarters just north of downtown Los Angeles, it is detailed for convenience with things like D-ring tiedowns and interior storage, and it isn't inexpensive. The HC1 comes in Basic, Full, and Premium trims, starting at $16,000 and going up to $24,000 before you add options. But if you have a travel trailer urge and a daily ride with a 1,700-pound tow rating, the Happier Camper deserves a look.