XPro One motorhome inspired by fighters and tanks

XPro One motorhome inspired by fighters and tanks

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The Polish company Xpedition Pro has introduced a new motorhome for travel enthusiasts called XPro One. The model, which became the flagship in the portfolio of the Poles, was built on the basis of the Iveco Daily 4×4 truck. The creators drew inspiration from the design of various military vehicles, fighters, tanks and drones, which explains the brutal exterior in camouflage colors. You can spend up to 10 days in the car without worrying about the renewal of resources.

XPro One is available in three wheelbases – 3400, 3780 and 4175 millimeters. The Hab features an angular shape with flat surfaces, small windows, and a sloping rear that gives the motorhome a 27-degree exit angle.

The list of exterior improvements includes additional “chandeliers”, roof rails, a folding ladder and 17-inch wheels in SUV tires with an outside diameter of 37 inches. Outside, there is also access to a variety of storage compartments, and for outdoor recreation there is an awning and a retractable grill.

Inside the module, the interior of which Xpedition Pro shows only in the render, there are several zones: sleeping, kitchen and dining, which transforms into a bed for two. Of course, there are also basic amenities – a toilet and a shower, for which two 200-liter tanks are provided.

The kitchenette is equipped with a refrigerator, a two-burner stove and a sink. A diesel heater is responsible for heating, and a 10-liter boiler provides warm water.

For greater autonomy, the creators suggest placing a solar panel on the roof, however, even without them, the XPro One will have enough electricity and water supplies for 10 days for a family of three.

Earlier, parents of six children from the United States built a motorhome with their own hands on the basis of a 27-year-old bus, which they bought for just $800. The car has already been equipped with everything vital for a large family and continues to be finalized right during the trips.

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  • MedialexApril 4, 2021 22:51

    Although it is definitely an unfinished replica, I would be interested in contact details, anyway. Maybe this could be an interesting project.

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