Australia's SLRV Expedition Vehicles specialize in getting whatever you need — or think you need — into the harshest environments on Earth. If the idea of traveling deep into the bush with less than ten people and a two-story house makes you shudder, the Commander Expedition Vehicle is the answer you've been looking for. Built on the Ferman Man eight-wheel-drive military truck chassis and has a solid three-piece living space that extends a full two stories when deployed. The bottom floor has a private master bedroom with double ranges, ovens, and refrigerators to keep up to 10 people fed. A king-size guest bed folds out over the lounge area, and the second story has six beds for the children accessible by a folding staircase. The Commander uses batteries fed by solar panels and diesel generators for everything from 12-to-240 volt outlets, meaning there isn't a whole lot you need to leave at home for your trip. The Commander was a one-off commission, but for the right price, SLRV could build you your own.