SLRV Commander 4×4 Expedition Vehicle

Feb 26, 2019

Category: Rides

While we love custom overlanding vehicles, smaller 4x4s can be a bit lacking when it comes to space and creature comforts. But larger RVs can’t quite handle tougher terrain. But that’s certainly not a problem for the SLRV Commander 4×4 Expedition Vehicle.

Built with equal parts capability and interior luxury, this completely self-contained adventure rig might just be the most opulent off-road motorhome ever made. Built upon a specially-engineered 3-point torsion-free chassis, this magnificent monolith can take on the kinds of terrain that would defeat most other vehicles — and it manages it thanks to a 6-cylinder, 6,871cc MAN common rail diesel engine good for 290 horsepower and over 848 foot-pounds of torque. And the interior is just as impressive, boasting a number of diesel-powered appliances (including heaters, ovens, and stovetops), solar panels that fuel a complement of lithium-ion batteries, water storage with accompanying filtration systems, and sleeping space for up to three people. If you want to travel to the ends of the Earth in absolute comfort, the $450,000+ SLRV Commander 4×4 Expedition Vehicle is the rig for you.

Purchase: $450,000+

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