There are a lot of causes for concern in our world today, which is probably why the camping and recreational vehicle spaces are going gangbusters right now. Society’s newfound charge to bail from the city and go off-grid has never been higher, which has resulted in a direct correlation in camper and RV innovation. Throughout the space, countless companies are bolstering their offerings to get a competitive edge, producing homier, more calming products to ease customers’ nerves. Xpedition Pro, however, is taking a different route, with its fighter-jet-and-tank-inspired overland camper.
The Xpedition Pro XPRO One is the ultimate camper for those who endeavor to go off the beaten path. One look at this beast of an RV and you’ll immediately recognize the militaristic inspiration that went into its design language. It’s ultra-rugged, aggressive, and ready to tackle any terrain with an Iveco Daily 4×4 chassis and stalwart line of amenities. The XPRO One features a spacious sleeping alcove that comfortably sleeps two, two hidden 200L water tanks, a diesel heating system, and a user-friendly power management system that can integrate solar batteries.
Despite its rough-and-tumble looks, Xpedition Pro lauds the comfortability of its rugged camper. It comfortably fits three people, sports a pull-out gas grill, includes a set of aluminum toolboxes with Raptor varnish, and its doors have three-bolt locks for added security. For extra edge and protection, the XPRO One also has protective roof rails, tempered glass windows, and 37″ offroad tires to handle off-grid obstacles.
While Xpedition Pro describes the XPRO One’s looks as “apocalyptic,” it’s a surprisingly luxurious camper with top-level amenities. Equally as impressive, the vehicle is apparently capable of going off-grid for ten days, which is sure to inspire confidence in customers. Xpedition Pro has yet to release pricing information on the XPRO One, but you can contact them on their website for customization and pricing inquiries.