If you’re looking to isolate yourself during Lockdown 2.0, or survive a zombie apocalypse, then Mitsubishi has just the thing for you with an L200 conversion that can see you living off-grid for as long as this damned virus keeps interfering with our lives.
With a special camping conversion, German Mitsubishi dealers can now offer numerous practical solutions for those wishing to get away from the crowds, hide in the mountains, and become virus-free recluses. Or perhaps just go on holiday.
Mitsubishi has presented a concept that is almost home from home. The inflatable GT Pick Up roof tent can be set up in just a few simple steps by just one person using the 12-volt electric pump supplied. Once inflated and secured, there’s a 140x220cm sleeping area on the vehicle roof, with nothing but numerous mosquito windows standing in the way of comfortable night’s sleep with a view of the starry sky.
The living area extends over the entire loading area of the L200, where you’ll find a kitchen module with a Primus gas cooker, folding washbasin, cutlery box, 12-volt connection and 12-litre water supply with submersible pump. There’s even enough space for a table and folding chairs.
The whole system is hidden under a lockable roll cover with roll bar, keeping the shape and dimensions of the L200 almost unchanged.
The range of accessories available from all participating Mitsubishi dealers, but they’re all in Germany. Should you find yourself able to travel there, the roof-top tent will cost around £3,100, with the kitchen an additional £3,250. The roll-top cover and roll bar adds another £1,760 and £860 respectively.
To complete the look of the Mitsubishi L200 photographed and be fully prepared to survive the zombie apocalypse, you’ll also need to add fender flares for £870 and 20-inch alloy wheels at £2,460.
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