The Peugeot Boxer concept varies greatly from most 4x4s in that it doubles as a fully functional van. It’s great if you’re serious about going to different adventures, less so if you like your 4x4s slick-looking.

This doesn’t have the world’s greatest design, to be sure, but surely most people can let aesthetics fly by in favor of optimum utility. Even still, the Peugeot Boxer campervan concept probably has everything you’d ever need for all your off-roading shenanigans.

Underneath, you’ll find a BlueHDi 165 engine and a six-speed manual, which translates to 273 lb-ft of torque. You also get a part-time four-wheel-drive system, which makes this beastly monstrosity able to climb up any terrain, even the most unforgiving ones. The Peugeot Boxer stands a bit taller with 1.18 inches of extra height and 1.97 inches in the rear. It sits on BF Goodrich off-road tires, which offer great traction under any condition.

Inbuilt LED lighting makes it perfect for camping trips, you’ll find them just above the windshield. Go inside and you’ll find 107.6 square feet of living space, complete with Alcantara upholstery. This area includes a sleeping area, kitchenette, and bathroom. You even get a Peugeot eM02 FS Powertube electric mountain bike on the mounted rack out back. Plus, a canoe on the roof rack will surely give you more amazing outdoor adventures.

The only downside is that this is just a concept at the moment. There’s no telling when this beastly overlander will enter production, if it’s ever headed there, that is.


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