Looking more like a mini monster truck, the Russian-made Sherp ATV boasts a 44.3-horsepower engine, along with a suspension that turns on a dime. This two-seater also features ample cargo area, and can climb obstacles over two feet tall, while having the capability to swim, thanks to oversized self-inflated tires. Its durable polymer coating on the outside ensures ruggedness, while a 15.3 gallon fuel tank, and optional add-ons, such as a second 15 gallon tank in the wheels, a generator, independent heater, and high-powered headlights, make sure you're never stranded out in the wild. Continue reading for five more crazy expedition vehicles designed to go anywhere.
5. Bimobil EX 435
When a normal motorhome or camper trailer just won't do, there's the Bimobil EX 435. You won't need to find an RV park or camping location, as the Bimobil EX 435 is based on the legendary Mercedes Unimog 4023 4x4 chassis, and sports a fully-equipped caravan, complete with kitchentte, dining area, bathroom, and sleeping space. That's right, it can take you and your crew just about anywhere the road leads, even during the apocalypse.
4. Sportsmobile Sprinter 4x4
Sportsmobile's Mercedes Sprinter 4x4 appears to be a normal van at first, but it's a fully-equipped expedition vehicle. Powered by a 3.0L BlueTec V6 engine that produces 188 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 5-speed automatic transmission, it features a kitchenette, complete with sink, refrigerator, microwave, and stove for cooking meals, a fold-down leather seat that turns into a bed, along with a lift roof that opens up to reveal room for two more beds.
3. Bliss Mobil
Bliss Mobil currently offers five different containers that can be fitted on different truck bases, depending on the needs of the buyer. The 20-foot model can sleep up to 6 people, while their compact version is ideal for two adults. The containers feature a steel frame, roof-mounted monocrystalline solar panels that charge the container's Lithium-ion batteries, a home control system, exterior luggage carrier in the rear, 60-liter freezer, outdoor kitchen, air conditioning, and a bathroom among many others.
2. Orangework Lennson 3C
Built by German-based Orangework, the Lennson 3C expedition vehicle is based on the Mercedes-Benz G 320, and powered by a turbocharged V6 generating 220hp and 400 lb-ft of torque. Its 19-foot camper boasts a full kitchenette, living space, a full bathroom, and a sleeping area. Other features include: a reinforced coil suspension, Ohlins shocks, a tire pressure control system, LeTech rope winch push rod, an LED auxiliary light, and a secondary fuel tank good for up to 26 extra gallons.
1. XRS 7200
The Action Mobil Global XRS 7200 is definitely the ultimate expedition vehicle. This 18-ton monster boasts a 720-horsepower engine, and a luxurious interior, complete with kitchen, sleeping quarters, bathroom, 40-inch 4K TV, Bose audio system, multi-TB hard drive to store your digital content, and satellite internet. There's even a motorcycle lift out back, just in case you run out of fuel on your journey and need to make a quick pit stop in town.