The KiraVan is apparently what you get from a room full of brilliant engineers with a bottomless budget. And of course, one objective: bring everyone’s high-tech adventure vehicle fantasies to life.
The 2015 Overland Expo went down this weekend at Mormon Lake, Arizona just outside Flagstaff. It’s an annual convention of next-level camping nuts who spend the value of a house turning trucks into… well, houses. Just look at these marvelous monsters.
Buying a house is a big deal. It's complicated. It's time-consuming. It's expensive. And then come the property taxes, which means it's even more expensive! Why not just live in a camper? Well, that depends on the camper.
Don't look now! Manhattan's becoming a trailer park, a massive subterranean object is putting Seattle's new freeway on hold, and a documentary is being produced about one of the most famous city-ruiners of all time. It's all this week in What's Ruining Our Cities!
Long after the bombs fall, when the fallout is thick and the sun hides behind clouds of ash and ruin, the Egg People will roam the earth inside their protective egg-shaped RVs.
If Amazon is Santa, 400 folks living in RVs outside the Coffeyville, Kansas fulfillment center this winter are the elves.
With the price of gas, it's tough to imagine the migrant RV lifestyle as being sustainable through retirement or even just a reprise of MTV's classic Road Rules. Here is the RV of tomorrow.
Attention, rich jackasses! Do I have the vehicle for you: a million-dollar RV that doubles as a boat. Yes, that's right, it's an RV that's designed to drive right into a lake and keep on going. It's designed for a very specific level of rich person; you've got to be rich enough to drop a cool mil on this thing, but…