As capable as it is, the all-new Patriot X1-N camping trailer is not capable of transporting itself to camp. It still needs a tow partner, and Patriot figures not just any old truck or 4×4 will do. So it secures the camper’s Cruisemaster hitch to the all-new Land Cruiser-based Desert Ops Supertourer. As delightfully retro as the limited edition X1-N Desert Ops, the new Supertourer offers just the right blend of torque, cushion, utility and aggressive, dingo-spooking jewelry to pull the heavy-duty trailer (or whatever you’re towing) anywhere it wants to go. Patriot previously showed the Desert Ops Supertourer posing handsomely next to the X1-N but waited a few days to release all the details. So good news: If you’ve been wondering what you’re going to do with the extra AU$200K or so you’ll have clinking around your pocket after plunking down $40K on a spanking new Desert Ops X1-N, you’re about to have an “aha” moment. Along with trailers, Patriot specializes in Toyota Land Cruiser 79 and 200 Series “Supertourers” through its Patriot Campers Off Road (PCOR) brand. These all-wheelers are essentially Land Cruisers carv...