This $650,000 off-road RV built on a truck chassis fits a king-sized bed and a kitchen with an optional dishwasher — see inside

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles
  • Missouri-based Global Expedition Vehicles has created a $US650,000 overlanding UXV-MAX RV that can be built on the chassis of a Ford F-750.
  • The overlander camper RV comes with a full kitchen, dining area, king-size bed, and bathroom.
  • Features like a garage, dishwasher, and washer and dryer come optional with the build.
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Missouri-based Global Expedition Vehicles, which specialises in producing custom overlanding vehicles, created a $US650,000 UXV-MAX RV that can be built on the chassis of a Ford F-750.

Like many RVs, the UXV-MAX has amenities like a kitchen, dining area, bed, and bathroom. But unlike the typical Mercedes-Benz Sprinter camper van, the UXV-MAX is built with the added bonus of being off-road, off-grid capable with 2.36-inch thick walls that provide security and insulation for its tiny home inside.

Global Expedition Vehicles has a several overlander truck builds that can be created on multiple truck chassis, including the Ford F-550, Dodge 550, and Mercedes-Benz trucks. The 24.5 feet – which can be upgraded to 28.5 feet – UXV-MAX build in particular can also be built on the chassis of crew-cab medium duty vehicles from International Trucks of Freightliner Trucks, along with the Ford F-750.

Keep scrolling to see inside the fully customisable UXV-MAX:


Like many non-mobile homes, the UXV-MAX has a fully equipped kitchen lined with custom granite countertops, a sink, single burner induction cooktop, 6.4 cubic feet refrigerator-freezer, and a convection microwave-oven.


There are also multiple storage units, like cabinets and drawers, to safely store pantry staples and cookware.


While several of these amenities are common in kitchen-equipped camper vans, the UXV-MAX goes the extra step by including a soap dispenser and a paper towel and dish towel holder.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

The two 120-volt outlets in the kitchen allows cooks to use tools that need to be plugged in, such as a blender or stand mixer.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

There’s also a window centered over the countertop, allowing for views of the outdoors while preparing a meal inside.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

A dishwasher, washer, and dryer comes as an optional upgrade.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

The meals can be eaten at the dining area which can accommodate four to six people, depending on the layout option.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

There’s also added storage above the dining area that can optionally be replaced with a bunk bed.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

Besides this optional bunk bed, passengers can curl up in the vehicle’s king-sized bed that sits on an 80-inch by 90-inch platform. The size of the bed can also be decreased to a queen, full, or two single beds.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

The sleeping space also has two bedside windows, LED reading lights, and storage cabinets with charging units.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

The UXV-MAX’s bathroom comes equipped with the basics: a sink, toilet, shower, and medicine cabinet with a mirror.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

The interior of the tiny home is lit with LED lights that are connected to a dimmer, as well as a motion activated LED lights at the doorway.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

For sunnier days, there are four double-pane glass windows and a roof skylight — all with shades and an insect screen — to bring in natural light.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

The walls and ceiling of the ovelander are made of fibreglass, making it easy to clean after grittier off-road trips, according to Global Expedition Vehicles.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

For expeditions during hot summer days, there’s an air conditioning unit and a rooftop vent to keep the interior cool, as well as an exterior 15-foot awning with a wind sensor for outdoor lounging.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

But for winter getaways, the UXV-MAX also comes with a heater.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

All of these amenities are powdered by the vehicle’s electrical system and water supply.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

The UXV-MAX comes with an inverter charger, three 200-watt solar panels, three 270-amp hour batteries, and a diesel generator, to name a few electrical features.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

Water for the sinks, toilet, and shower is sourced from the UXV-MAX’s 135-gallon fresh water tank and the water heater. This also accompanies the vehicle’s 28-gallon grey water tank.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

Entertainment options inside the mobile tiny home include an adjustable wall-mounted TV and a Bluetooth-capable sound system.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles

Global Expedition Vehicles also offers a wide variety of optional amenities, such as a dry bath, a garage that can fit a motorcycle, and more windows, to name a few.

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The UXV-MAX build by Global Expedition Vehicles. Global Expedition Vehicles