Well, this time around, we won't be checking out their insanely priced options, but rather, the more affordable and reserved Survival Basics (SB). Nonetheless, the name alone is enough to tell you just about all you need to know about this habitat.
To start things off, it should help to know that SB is a customizable build. This means that you can mess with every aspect of the shell, including its size. Overall, you can create a body ranging from 10 ft (3.04 m) in length to 27 ft (8.23 m). This also means it's suitable to be mounted onto everything from a single cab Ford F550 to a crew cab Dodge 5500, Fuso, Kenworth, and even Freightliner trucks. Yes, Unimog, Mercedes-Benz, and just about any other medium-duty truck on the market are suitable for SB.
Once inside, you'll start to understand why this crew is known for the work they do. You have to remember that each habitat they build is meant to keep you alive and going where very few vehicles can, and SB is no different.
You'll have access to a kitchen filled with the necessities like an induction cooktop, microwave oven, fridge/freezer combo, and countless cabinetry for storing foods and utensils. The bathroom includes a wet bath with stainless steel sink, shower, and Thetford cassette toilet with a swivel function. Bedrooms usually yield a queen-sized mattress and more storage all around the bed. That's just a quick run-through regarding what you can find inside.
As for the curiosity we all have by now, the price for one of these puppies. Well, where to start; in reality, the sky is the limit as it all depends on what you need. But, as a starting point, GEV points out that you should have at least 240,000 USD (219,343 EUR at current exchange rates) at your disposal before you even give them a call. Sure, nearly a quarter of a million dollars, but consider what you're getting.