More than just your regular expedition vehicle, Germany’s Unicat has created the MD56c, which can serve as both a mobile home and command center.
Highly capable of going off-road, the massive vehicle is built on MAN”s TGS 26.540 6×6 chassis and measures in at almost 27 feet in length. The living area — which can be accessed from the cockpit via a fold-out staircase — is constructed with fiberglass and a composite material, mounted onto a steel frame which then connects to the main chassis through a three-point kinematic system.
Inside, you’ll find everything you could possibly need: from a bathroom and shower with full plumbing, to a double bed and even a comprehensive kitchen with a teak countertop and induction hobs. Power comes in the form of a 24.6kWh battery pack charged by a 1,850-watt solar panel, with a separate Honda generator providing a backup option. It also carries an optional rack that can hold up to two motorcycles for expedition and off-road use.
The Unicat MD56c is priced at €1,389,000 EUR (approx. $1,496,000 USD) before VAT. Those interested can get in touch with Unicat on its website.
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