EarthCruiser EXP Camper
Oregon-based EarthCruiser have converted a familiar delivery truck into a full-featured overland vehicle. The beastly EarthCruiser EXP Camper is built on the chassis of a Mitsubishi Fuso (one of the most popular medium-duty trucks globally), and was outfitted with a four-wheel-drive system, complete with two-speed transfer case, full floating axles and air-powered locking hubs. It also has more than 11 inches of ground clearance, so it can scramble over rocks with ease. Powered by a GM-sourced 6.0-liter smallblock V8 making 297 hp and 361 lb-ft of torque, the mighty camper includes all of the typical amenities that can be found in an average home, including a full kitchen, dining area, bathroom, and several beds. The overlander can also be used off-grid, it comes with air and water heaters fed by a 15-liter diesel tank, while a trio of 160-watt solar panels help provide juice for the lithium-ion battery. The 2020 EarthCruiser EXP can sleep up to 5, and gets a custom cabin with a pop-top roof area, clearing room inside to give you almost seven feet of headroom once you are all set up at camp.