Jeep Wrangler turned into a house on wheels with cross-country capabilityAugust 7, 2018
American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) company from the USA (Montana), specializing in the creation of additional equipment for pickups and SUVs of Jeep, Ram and Chevrolet brands, presented its new project called Outpost II. They became a house on wheels of high terrain, built on the basis of the Jeep Wrangler.
In total, more than 600 unique handmade parts were used in the design of the novelty. The car received a wider rear frame for the installation of a roomy apartment block, and its ground clearance was increased by more than 100 millimeters. The camper, driven by a 5.7-liter HEMI gasoline engine, is able to overcome deep fords with a special snorkel.
In the residential block used a retractable roof with an electric drive, due to which for a few seconds, increases the free space for the head. The car has two kitchen areas inside and out with a 50-liter fridge and an 80-liter water tank, as well as two full beds. In addition, the equipment included a plate, LED lighting, and a solar battery on the roof at 265 watts.
AEV is not going to offer Camper Outpost II to its customers – the car was built in a single copy specially for the director of the company. At the same time, it is possible that something similar will be created on the basis of Ram and will be put on the market.