Nomad Vanz Adventure Vehicle

Nomad Vanz specializes in creating adventure vehicles that not only go anywhere, but can double as a mobile home in case of emergency or even a zombie apocalypse. Many of their creations are based on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, and they all can be fitted with modern interiors, extreme cold and heat resistant, UV-proofed, and all the amenities – kitchenette, bed, etc. – you’d expect from a comfortable living space. Read more for five more cool adventure vehicles that double as mobile homes.

5. Tiger Siberian Camper

Tiger Siberian Camper
Tiger Siberian Camper
Tiger Siberian Camper

Priced from $248,500, the Tiger Siberian Camper can be built atop a Ford F550 or Ram 5500 chassis. Power wise, you can choose from either a generator or a 900 amp-hours worth of maintenance-free AMG batteries alongside 600 watts of solar power. The all-diesel adventure vehicle also offers a furnace, water heater, stove top, microwave, dry bath, porcelain toilet, air conditioners, and a king or queen-sized bed.

4. Sportsmobile Ultimate Adventure Vehicle

Sportsmobile Ultimate Adventure Vehicle
Sportsmobile Ultimate Adventure Vehicle
Sportsmobile Ultimate Adventure Vehicle

For over 5-decades, Sportsmobile has been transforming everything from Ford to Mercedes-Benz into adventure vehicles. There are various packages available, depending on your buying power, that allow you to completely customize your vehicle from the ground up. Or. you could opt for an already built machine like the rugged Ford E-350 seen above that has been outfitted with everything you need to live in the wild.

3. SLRV Commander

SLRV Commander
SLRV Commander
SLRV Commander

If money is no object, the $450,000+ SLRV Commander might be the adventure vehicle for you. It’s based on a specially-engineered 3-point torsion-free chassis, and is powered by a 6-cylinder, 6,871cc MAN common rail diesel engine producing 290 horsepower and over 848 foot-pounds of torque. On the inside, you’ll find plenty of diesel-powered appliances (heaters, ovens, stovetops, etc.), solar panels that fuel a complement of lithium-ion batteries, water storage with accompanying filtration systems, and sleeping space for up to three adults.

2. Ziegler Adventure Moghome Unimog

Ziegler Adventure Unimog
Ziegler Adventure Unimog
Ziegler Adventure Unimog

The Ziegler Adventure Moghome Unimog is a 4×4 adventure vehicle that boasts a powerful 5.1-liter diesel engine generating 250 horsepower. A ground clearance of 50cm enables it to handle any terrain, and it can even climb up the steepest hills with 100% grade-ability or ford through water up to 1.2 meters deep. It’s based on a Mercedes-Benz-certified camper shell, complete with a foldable lift bed, double induction cooking units, a walled-off toilet / shower area, a kitchenette, sleeping area, and more.

1. EarthCruiser Overland

EarthCruiser Overland
EarthCruiser Overland
EarthCruiser Overland

Based on a Mitsubishi Fuso FG4×4 chassis and powered by a 3.0-liter diesel engine producing 161 horsepower and 295 foot-pounds of torque, the $290,000+ EarthCruiser Overland just might be the ultimate adventure vehicle. Featuring a kinetic frame mounting system, an all-terrain suspension system, push-button roof deployment, roof-mounted solar panels, a water purification system, kitchenette, and ultra-durable marine-grade plastic used all around the interior.