This 4×4 expedition vehicle started as a 1996 Leyland Daf that is now being converted into an overland truck for two people and two dogs. When finished, it will have a permanent double bed and shower room and separate WC. The U-shaped seating area with table will convert to an additional small bed.
The kitchen area will contain a fridge/freezer, diesel ceramic hob and diesel oven, microwave, sink and a water filtration system. All lighting is LEDs and the electrical system is designed to be powered by a 4KW generator, solar panels and batteries, split charged from the engine, and campsite hook up. It also has hot air heating and air conditioning.
On the exterior, there will be large storage lockers and a crane for lifting the spare tyre, a roof rack, awning, lighting and reversing cameras and a tail lift for carrying a road-legal buggy. This vehicle will be able to be self-sufficient for 2-3 weeks with it long range fuel tanks and 400 litre water tanks.