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EarthRoamer Xpedition Vehicles

EarthRoamer Xpedition Vehicles

If you're looking for a way to set up camp in the middle of post-apocalyptic New Jersey, check out EarthRoamer Xpedition Vehicles ($110,000-$230,000). Available in two models — the Ford F550-based XV-LT or the Jeep Rubicon Unlimited-based XV-JP — these four-wheel-drive powerhouses can get you where you want to go, and utilize solar energy as a primary power source for lights and appliances, removing the need for a noisy generator. The XV-LT is designed for two adults and two children, and offers granite counters, a convection microwave, a king-sized bed, an enclosed shower/bathroom, and more, while the two-person XV-JP offers features like a queen-sized bed, an inside cassette toilet, indoor shower, sink, and cooking facilities, just to name a few.

  • Alton Truck Company F650 Custom

    You'll be safe during the Zombie apocalypse if you place your order now for one these Ford F-650-based SUVs ($200,000) from Alton Truck Company. This 7-door beast features an insane amount of body work and packs in a Caterpillar 7.2L C7 ACERT engine with 230 hp and 660 lb.-ft. of torque. While the hoards of undead are smashed outside, you can enjoy hardwood floors, custom captain's chairs, wireless computer stations and a 42-inch plasma TV inside. [via]

  • Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid

    Even if electric hippie-heaven futuro cars aren't your style, you should still consider picking up a hybrid during your next new-car shopping trip. The 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe Hybrid (starting at $50,490) is the world's first two-mode hybrid SUV. (A GMC Yukon Hybrid is also available.) Offering up to 50% better city fuel economy over the non-hybrid Tahoe, the eco-friendly version has an estimated MPG of 21 city/22 highway for the 2WD model, and 20 city/20 highway for the 4WD model. Both pack in a Vortec 6.0L V8 engine with Active Fuel Management technology, which automatically shifts from 8 to 4 cylinders when less power is needed.