Ford F-750 Chassis is Platform for Behemoth $650,000 Motorhome

A photograph of a brown Global Expedition Vehicles UXV-MAX.

Global Expedition Vehicles uses a Ford F-750 chassis to create the overlanding behemoth known as the UXV-MAX RV, according to a recent Business Insider report.

The 24.5-foot unit, which can be upgraded to 28.5 feet long, has a $650,000 price tag. The Missouri-based Global Expedition Vehicles, which manufactures custom overlanding RVs, can also build the model on crew-cab vehicles from Freightliner Trucks. Other models are available on Ford F-550, Dodge 550 and Mercedes-Benz truck chassis.

The UXV-MAX has a kitchen with custom granite countertops and single-burner induction cooktop. There is a 6.4-cubic-foot refrigerator and convection microwave-oven. The dining area accommodates four to six people, depending on the layout.

The model also has a plethora of customizeable options, such as bunk bed to accompany the standard king-sized bed. The king bed can be swapped out in favor of a queen, full or two single beds. Additionally, an option is available for a motorcycle garage.

Click here to see more at Business Insider.


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