Based in the mountainous off-road proving grounds that is the State of Colorado, Rossmönster Overland is an off-road expedition truck conversion company that was founded in 2015. In an effort to produce an immensely off-road-capable vehicle that still maintained the creature comforts of larger trailers and RVs, Rossmönster has debuted its all-new Baja model.
Built on half, three-quarter, or one-ton aluminum chassis options and available on Ford’s F150 and F250, Ram 2500, and Chevy or GMC 2500 truck models (2019 or newer), the rig is constructed around a custom composite shell with an actuating topper and is offered in one of three interior layouts. The exterior sports integrated Baja Designs LED light bars and fog lights set in a custom bumper that also totes a Warn winch, plus there’s a custom MAXTRAX table mount, a Fiamma awning, customizable exterior rear storage racks, and a 400W Zamp solar array that sends energy to the rig’s Bluetooth-monitored and connected 3,000W inverter and Lithium battery bank. The inside of the off-road camper is equipped with a leather dinette and bed combo, an over-cab queen size bed with a custom Tochta mattress and an over-bed skylight, an insulated cab pass-through entry point, a large galley with a full suite of amenities including a 30-gallon freshwater tank, and an exterior hot-water shower. Available now, Rossmönster Overland’s Baja expedition rig starts at $175,000.
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