You Can Now Turn Your Off-Roader Into An RV
GehoCab will give your boxy SUV an operation, turning it into a fully functional RV.
Want to go camping but don't have space for an RV? Want a more maneuverable RV? GehoCab has the answer. If you own a Jeep Wrangler, Mercedes G-Class, Volkswagen Amarok, the new Land Rover Defender, or even the new Ford Bronco, GehoCab can modify your SUV into a completely functional RV.
GehoCab makes chassis-mounted, carbon shelled campers that they will replace the trunk/boot area with. Won't that just tip over? No, balance is kept in check due to their light weight of only 1000 lbs. Still worried about weight? No problem, some interior amenities can be made out of carbon fiber per your request.
Remember, it's an SUV at the end of the day, the RV space isn't going to be massive. Despite the smaller size, GehoCab camper add-ons are fully equipped with a cassette toilet, shower, eating area, seating area, and a sleeping capacity of 2. Another sleeping area can be arranged in the seating area.
GehoCab campers are also fitted with a 23 gallon freshwater tank and solar panels, allowing you to roam free...For a little bit at least. GehoCab's Fiete camper will be ready for orders on October 1, 2020. Just be prepared when you order, conversions start at $124,000. Ask your spouse, or buy a BMW M8 instead.
Wondering how the conversion is done? Essentially, they cut the rear of the vehicle off, starting at the C-pillar, and replace that area with the camper. Pretty simple, yet it's enough to void your warranty.