Predator 6.6, a Go-Anywhere Motorhome

What started life as a 2.5-ton Light Military Tactical Vehicle for the US army has been converted into your offroad motorhome away from home by installing a mobile home on the LMTV’s chassis.

Under the hood is a Caterpillar 6.6-liter 6-cylinder turbodiesel engine putting out 225 hp and enough torque to tow more than 10,000 pounds. Base speed is 58 mph, but Nevada-based Manufacturer Hunter RMV can “upgrade” the engine so the Predator 6.6 can reach speeds of more than 70 mph.

You can also upgrade the Predator 6.6’s range, with the base model getting around 400 miles to a tank. It can be fitted with larger fuel storage for up to 800 miles. If you’re a hunter who heads into the woods for days at a time or just someone who wants to get off the grid for a few days, the extra fuel tank could be a sound investment.

The Predator 6.6 has an automatic transmission full-time all-wheel-drive, so fuel economy won’t be great. There’s also a central tire inflation system for the inevitable flat.

Inside, the vehicle has luxurious accommodation for five with a fully equipped kitchen that comes complete with a stainless-steel microwave, an oven and stove with two burners, a refrigerator, a water purifier, a 20,000 BTU direct furnace, and an optional washer and dryer combo.

The motorhome comes standard with a regular gas generator but can be upgraded to a diesel or even given solar panels for an additional fee.

The Predator 6.6 starts at just $197,500.