$465k GEV Patagonia Is The Best Way To Travel The World On Four Wheels

If you want to travel the world but don’t want to catch endless amounts of flights, we may have stumbled upon the perfect tool for the job; the GEV Patagonia.

Built by a company called Global Expedition Vehicles, the Patagonia is a luxurious motorhome with rugged off-roading abilities based on a Kenworth K370 lorry chassis. The price of admission of this continent-crossing vehicle that can cope with anything while ensuring that its occupants remain comfortable at all times is a rather steep $465,000, though.

Those looking to buy a Patagonia have a virtually-endless array of options and vehicle configurations to choose from. For starters, the off-road motorhome doesn’t actually have to be based on a Kenworth truck and can use the underpinnings of various Freightliner, MAN, and Mercedes models. The Patagonia can even be based on a Unimog. Depending on the chassis, the Patagonia can be anywhere between 17-feet (5.3-meters) and 29-feet (8.8-meters) long.

The body of the Patagonia is built from insulated fiberglass-reinforced panels and the example pictured comes complete with a spacious kitchen, a bathroom, and a queen-size bed. What’s more, the Patagonia includes a dining table that can be converted into another sleeping area. Customers can option out the interior as they like, and that includes having a spacious trunk that can fit an ATV.

Making the GEV Patagonia all the more capable are off-road wheels and tires, a small front overhang, a large bull bar and a cage on the roof. Clearly, the Patagonia isn’t a vehicle designed for cruising between dedicated camping grounds. It is insyead meant to venture off into the beaten path, allowing owners to camp under the stars in awe-inspiring locations.

Crossing the length of South America, for example, in this beast? Sounds like an absolute ball. Shame it’s a little out of our price range…

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  • Bash

    Ok the living area looks nice, I need to see the bathroom area.

  • Callanish

    Worth every cent just to F-off as far from civilization as humanly possible without giving up all the comforts.

  • illogicalPotato

    I bet you could convert a Mercedes Unimog for MUCH cheaper than $465k

  • MarketAndChurch

    I want one. A converted Unimog would be cool too, and so are earth roamers.

    • BGM

      Brother, you just mentioned one of my two wet dreams: the Earthroamer.

      The other one is Kate Upton.

  • SteersUright

    the places something that looks this capable might go, you’d better spring for the body armor option.

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