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Top 10 Expedition Vehicles To Survive A Zombie Apocalypse

There are some seriously scary things out there, so why not be as prepared as you can be with these ten expedition vehicles that would let you not only survive a zombie apocalypse, but go anywhere in the meantime. These are some serious bits of kit.

10. Bliss Mobil Expedition Vehicles

Available in a variety of sizes and layouts. these trailers vary from 11-foot to 20-foot, and can be fitted to a multitude of different vehicles, or a custom made truck if you wish. Several options are available for the trailers such as how many beds you want, seating arrangements, and the kitchen appliances included. Solar panels can be fitted to the build to keep you off the grid, making this the perfect survival vehicle. Prices start at around $100,000.

9. Adventure Truck Camper

This kit is available for either the Dodge Ram 5500 or the Ford F550, this Adventure Truck Camper has everything you could need for spending time off the grid in a small, easy to manoeuvre package. Measuring in at 21.5 feet long and 7.5 feet wide, it’s very small compared to the other examples on this list. the body is a one-piece moulded composite that comes with plenty of features. 600-watt solar panels line the roof, four front-facing spotlights, and inside you’re treated to a bedroom, galley kitchen, and a bathroom with both a shower and toilet. It prices up to $198,000

8. Iveco Daily 4×4

The car alone is brilliant, being able to trave up 45-degree inclines and wade in 2-feet of water, but add on a camper, and you’ve got yourself a go-anywhere home to keep yourself safe. It’s simplistic inside, but it has everything you need such as a bed, fridge, and a bathroom, and has plenty of storage for canned goods should you need to stay low for a while. Outside it comes with a pull-out cooler for your cold beers. Starting at around $200,000, it’s very expensive, but will get you where you need to go.

7. Global XRS 7200

This six-wheeled monster is a house on wheels. It can come with solar panels that charge lithium-ion batteries to keep you charged up and ready for anything, and inside you’re treated to anything you could ask for including a full kitchen, full bathroom, and dining area. On the back, it even has a motorised lift for recreation vehicles. Move that out the way, and you can slide your car in the back, too. The price? $1.1 million.

6. Revel 4×4

Not just an RV, this all-wheel drive campervan is more than capable, and built on a Mercedes Sprinter chassis, it looks good, too. It has solar panels, plus a fridge, bed and lighting, and a bathroom that doubles as a storage area. There’s not a lot of room, but its price reflects that at $150,000.

5. Ziegler Adventure Moghome

This off-roading camper is built on a Unimog body, so from the outside, it looks strong and aggressive. The inside, though, is luxurious and comfortable and has everything you need from your home: a full bathroom, kitchen, and dining area. The bed is suspended from the ceiling on a powered lift so can be stored away during the day to maximise space. Thanks to its Unimog chassis, it’s more than capable to take you anywhere you may want it to go. It’s priced a $370,000.

4. Sportsmobile Classic 4×4

This VW Bus on steroids is a lifted 4×4 van with a renovated interior and a pop-top. It can get you anywhere any other off-roading vehicles can take you, but with this truck, you can settle down for the night after you’ve finished driving. It can sleep four with a full-size fold-out bed in the back and another bed in the top. It’s got solar panels which supply energy to the fridge, microwave and electric-flush toilet, and the water tanks are insulated and stored internally. The four-wheel-drive system allows you to run it in FWD, 4WD, or RWD depending on what mood you’re in. Prices start at $120,000.

3. Earthroamer XV-LTS

The Earthroamer is one of the most aggressive looking campers on the market right now. It’s built on a four-wheel-drive Ford F-150 body making it very capable on, and off-road. The roof is lined with solar panels that charge a huge battery bank, At the back, there’s a water tank that holds 85 gallons of water, and there are two gas tanks that hold 95 gallons of fuel combined. This thing is ready to take you off the grid for a long time. Inside you’ll find everything you need, including a large living area, full-sized kitchen and bathroom, and enough space for four people to sleep. It even comes with full surround sound. Pricing starts at around $280,000.

2. FTS800 4×4

This Isuzu has been transformed into an absolute monster of an expedition vehicle. The truck, already an off-roading king, has undergone several upgrades to improve its capabilities such as suspension, tyres, and a long-range fuel tank. The capsule at the rear comes with several different floor-plans to choose from, but all come with solar panels, a full kitchen, and bathroom. One option includes bunk beds, and a power-operated lowering bed. It can hold up to 132 gallons of water. Pricing starts at around $500,000.

1. Mercedes Benz Zetros 6×6 Custom Camper

This camper knows no bounds, with it being incredibly capable on and off-road and an exterior that’s extremely robust. These things are entirely custom, and because of that, the interior is entirely dependant on what you want. Because it’s so large, the interior can be fitted out like a luxury apartment, with a full bedroom, kitchen, and bathroom. It can be equipped with solar panels, a backup generator, and hey, the limits reside in your bank account. Prices start at $1,000,000.

Written by Steven Douglas

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