The Mercedes Zetros 6x6 Is a Luxury Survival Fortress on Wheels

The burly Mercedes-Benz Zetros 6?--6 Expedition Vehicle isn't your average mobile's more like a mobile penthouse.

This monster expedition vehicle is the brainchild of two wealthy Mongolian businessmen who are both hunters. They wanted an expedition vehicle that was tough enough to conquer Mongolia's terrain, and luxurious enough to feel like a mobile penthouse. This was what Mercedes-Benz came up with for them.

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Where the Mercedes-Benz Zetros 6?--6 Expedition Vehicle really shines is in its interior. There's a bedroom, bathroom with marble flooring and underfloor heating, and a fully-equipped kitchen, with sleek wood paneling in each cabin.

A diesel generator powers a built-in SAT receiver with a self-aligning SAT dish, a wireless router, and a 46-inch flat screen TV. The interior also includes a gun safe.

The Mercedes-Benz Zetros 6?--6 is available with two transmissions: a standard nine-speed with a gear crawler or a six-speed automatic. The vehicle's low-ratio gearing and differential locks provide stability during steep descents on rough terrain.

All in all, this is one seriously powerful expedition vehicle. It's definitely made for hunters with opulent tastes. It's toughing tracking down an exact cost for the Zetros, but you can bet it costs a pretty penny.

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