If getting bogged down on a muddy pitch prevents you from camping off the beaten track, then the Jeep ActionCamper might be just what you need.

This two-berth camper is based on a four-wheel drive Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and, thanks to its fibreglass construction, the detachable living area only adds 200kg to the original vehicle weight.

General 1

If getting bogged down on a muddy pitch prevents you from camping off the beaten track, then the Jeep ActionCamper might be just what you need.

This two-berth camper is based on a four-wheel drive Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and, thanks to its fibreglass construction, the detachable living area only adds 200kg to the original vehicle weight.

General 2

Despite the comparatively limited space, there’s room inside for a king-size bed, three-burner stove with combined sink, toilet and optional shower area. There’s also plenty of interior storage, plus a 40-litre fridge.

Words hardly do the ActionCamper justice, but there’s an extensive photo gallery over at the manufacturer’s site that’s worth a look, if only to see how so much has been crammed in to so little space.

Oh, and the bad news? Prices for the Jeep ActionCamper start at €39,600 (around £33,000).

[Jeep ActionCamper]

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