“The WanderBOX Outpost 35 RV isn’t just for occasional outdoor excursions — it’s outfitted to enable off-grid living and working. WanderBOX fits the Outpost 35 with home-like features, including seven-foot ceilings, a separate master bedroom with king-size bed, office with full-size desk, a fully-furnished kitchen, and even washer and dryer.” Uncrate.com View Article
In keeping with the idea of offering home-like comforts on (and off) the road, Outpost 35 has seven-foot (213-cm) ceilings throughout the habitat, the only exception being the cabover loft. The galley is almost a chef’s kitchen, with stainless steel sink, refrigerator with ice maker, three-burner induction cooktop, convection microwave, trash compactor, heavy-duty cabinetry and solid-surface countertops, and even a washer and drier combo unit.
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“What do you do if you’re looking for the perfect RV to fit your needs but can’t find exactly what you’re looking for? If you’re WanderBOX CEO Mike Barnwell, you design a vehicle that meets your exact specifications and launch a new company to build it. The result is the Outpost 35 4×4, a mobile office and living space well-suited for boondocking.” Kraig Becker, RV Magazine View Article
“Buying the ultimate camping vehicle can be tricky. If you have all the money to spend, you can opt for that beastly overlander or de facto luxury apartment on wheels. But you haven’t really been able to get both in the same vehicle — at least, until now. WanderBox wants to resolve that with their new Outpost 35 4×4 recreational vehicle, which they describe as an “off-pavement capable home on wheels.” Tyler Duffy, Gear Patrol View Article
” It’s built on a reinforced Ford Super Duty F-600 4×4 chassis. The chassis has auto-adjusting, computer-controlled hydraulic suspension — the same system used in ambulances to smooth out the roughest roads. It runs on a 6.7L PowerStroke turbo-diesel engine that Barnwell says is powerful enough that you can tow with the Outpost even if you’re crossing mountain passes.” Berne Broudy, GearJunkie.com View Article