The base is already remarkable, as the company chose the Stewart & Stevenson M1079, a truck with roots in the 1980s, which was developed specifically for the United States Army.

This choice may be unusual, but for the conversion to an expedition vehicle at the same time, it is absolutely great, because the Stewart & Stevenson M1079 represents a practical and capable machine that can reliably cope with demanding terrain.

The engine is powered by a Caterpillar turbodiesel, namely a 6.6-liter inline six-cylinder engine with a maximum output of 168 kW. It is connected to a seven-speed automatic transmission, and all-wheel drive is a matter of course.

The car stands on 46-inch tires, which are also suitable for off-road use. In it, the driver will certainly appreciate the system of central inflating. And things like a roof rack, a winch, an awning or a 1000 watt solar system can also come in handy. It also included a set of six lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 100 Ah.

However, since Oracle Lighting is behind the vehicle, the main goal of the conversion was to present the lighting technology offered by the company. It is actually a mobile advertisement, or even a mobile product catalog.

Of course, the company took care of the installation of new external lighting, but the interior is much more interesting. The interior does not correspond to the typical idea of ​​an expedition special, it is more reminiscent of a night club or a discotheque – thanks to the rich and colorful lighting.

The closet behind the cabin got two benches, or maybe more sofas, upholstered in leather and Alcantara, as well as an audio system, air conditioning and equipment that looks like a kitchenette, only without a sink. The floor is new, the decorator also paid attention to the walls and ceiling.

And of course there is crazy lighting. You can get the best idea of ​​the atmosphere from the photos in the gallery.