Geländewagen turned into a motorhome for a world tourApril 23, 2019
The creation of a special version of the Mercedes-Benz G-Class tuners worked from Australia. The result of their work was Earthcruiser Escape.
Tuning atelier from Australia presented their vision of the iconic German model Mercedes-Benz G-Class. Masters took the SUV in the Pro version with a total mass of 4.5 tons and turned it into a mobile home, ideal for traveling around the globe. In order for the car to adequately cope with its duties, the developers supplied it with reinforced shock absorbers, a winch, two “spare wheels”, a reservoir for spare fuel with a capacity of 250 liters, a differential lock in front, center and rear, and many others.
Under the hood of the expeditionary Gelendvagen there is a 184-hp six-cylinder turbo diesel engine, working in tandem with a five-speed automatic gearbox.
In order to make the far journey as comfortable as possible, the motorhome was equipped with air conditioning, a compact shower tray, a pull-out toilet, and a small kitchen with a sink, a refrigerator and a diesel stove. In the rear of the car there are several chairs with a table and a sunbed. If the table is folded up, then three people can comfortably rest in the back of the bed. You can control all the onboard electronics with a special touchscreen.
For the most affordable version of the motorhome for the Around the World will have to pay 349,000 Australian dollars – this is 221,000 euros. About 35 percent of this amount accounted for the “donor” SUV.
Earlier, the tuners from the Scottish company Campers Scotland made from Mitsubishi Delica a real home on wheels.
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