The Expeditions 7 Project began with a single Land Cruiser 70 Series that was driven on each of the seven continents, logging over 160,000mi in total. Co-founder Greg Miller started wondering what he could do with a new, U.S.-spec Toyota Land Cruiser 200 series if it were outfitted for overlanding. The result is the unbelievable E7 200M Land Cruiser Camper.
Beginning its life as a 2021 Land Cruiser 200 Series Heritage Edition, the E7 200M retains the original 5.7L V8 engine but modifies the rest of the drivetrain in a big way. For starters, German-based conversion shop Maltec chopped off the body behind the cockpit and replaced it with a pass-through sleeping cabin. From there, the car was sent to Cruiser Outfitters who gave the ride an Old Man Emu suspension, ARB air lockers, Slee Offroad front bumpers, rock sliders, a Warn Zeon 12-S winch, and Safari snorkels, among other things, to help ensure that it will be off-road ready without compromising the manufacture capabilities of the Land Cruiser itself.
Outfitted for two people to sleep and travel comfortably, the interior sports striking teak wood tones on the floor and countertops, a queen-sized mattress, bench seats, a stovetop, a fridge, and LED lighting, powered in part by a pair of solar panels. Additionally, it’s equipped with a pop-up roof built from Kevlar carbon fiber, featuring a panoramic viewport.
If the Land Cruiser 200 Series Heritage Edition weren’t rare enough, only seven examples of this E7 200M restomod will be made in total — one for each continent — five of which will be available to the public. If interested, you can head over to Expeditions 7’s website to learn more.