Mercedes-Benz G-Class turned into a motor homeFebruary 10, 2019
The German SUV, which initially knows how to drive perfectly off-road, can now shelter you for a couple of nights. According to the assurances of its creators, it is ideal for travel.
We saw a lot of expeditional SUVs that could simultaneously get you out of the deaf off-road and could live in them. Many of them are built on the basis of the legendary German all-terrain truck Mercedes-Benz Unimog, and I must say that this choice is 100% fair. Its “reliable” platform has been in production for over 70 years. This is certainly good for camping, but not the best choice for those who want to enjoy the bad roads.
That is why the guys from the German company Orangework decided on an ambitious off-road motor home project, which is based on the full-size Mercedes-Benz G-Class 350 off-road vehicle.
The car was named Lennson 3c. We must pay tribute to the engineers – they didn’t just screw the dwelling compartment to the helico, they did something more. The wheelbase was “stretched” by 609 mm, and portal axles with suspension adjustment give an additional 457 mm of ground clearance.
The car received 18-inch wheels with a central tire inflation system to increase and decrease the pressure from the cabin. These wheels are shod in off-road tires. The front passenger separates the door from the back of the car. The van body itself is a one-piece construction made from all-carbon fiber. It has an equipped kitchen, a bathroom with shower and hot water, and a rear seating / dining area turns into a bed if necessary.
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