This is a two-story 8×8 off-road motorhome from SLRV Expedition Vehicles. When 4×4 is not enough, there is of course, an 8×8 option out there. Not sure how much it costs, but we’re sure the price is far from tiny.
The second level consists mainly of a large sleeping area, kind of like a bunk room or large loft in a cabin. The main level features the kitchen, dining, ceiling bed, and bathroom access.
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8×8 Off-road Motorhome with Second Level Pop Up Loft: SLRV Commander 8×8
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Looks more like a rescue vehicle turned into a motor coach or bunkhouse. Could still be used for people responding to disaster areas as it can easily sleep 5 plus in the bunks alone. The tires are definitely off road style and can go into most difficult terrain areas. You can see the luxury and comfort for any rugged area use. Who wouldn’t want to sleep here rather than a tent after a long hard day in the ‘rough’?
Define “offroad”…..the vehicles size greatly limits where it can go vs a REAL off road vehicle. Plus it’s height makes it prone to rollovers. A very specialized vehicle at a very exhorbitant price with very limited capabilities compared to other vehicles. Overpriced and average compared to most motorhomes and overpriced and lacking in meaningful capabilities compared to true off road vehicles.
Uh, Dan… No… It’s an Expedition Vehicle, which means it is designed to go off-road and go to many places you wouldn’t be able to take a regular vehicle. People take these on safari’s and other similar extremes…
It has features like it’s powered by a 473-hp 12.5-liter D26 six-cylinder diesel and 12-speed automatic transmission with manual override, 4 locked differentials, 4 point torsion free chassis, all-wheel drive with two-speed transfer case, planetary axles with higher ground clearance, and those are just the standard features but the company does a wide range of customizations.
It’s also not tall when traveling, the living compartment just expands up when parked and is one of its many advance features it offers… But they also sell a fixed roof model that doesn’t expand a well a custom floor plan options.
Yes, they’re expensive but there’s a reason… They don’t just build and sell these, they engineer and custom build them!
Huge rig! Off road adventures, right? Or living quarters for a traveling work crew. Would take a corporation or deep pockets to own and operate this one.
that is built to go places most of us won’t be going. Most likely has gun shields which come down over the wheels also bullet proof glass. How much, my guess, some where between $400 to $500K.
Too sterile. Looks like a hospital on wheels.
Very nice rig BUT not many people could afford to purchase it, operate it, get very far off the beaten path due to it’s size. Otherwise, for a overly rich dude who has issues it’s great.