The Million Dollar SOD Rise Unimog Camper is Out of This World!

The luxury camper market caters to a small but influential slice of the market, and the overland segment of that market is smaller still. To make an impact and remain competitive, a company must display innovation and creativity. The SOD Rise is in a class of it’s own, providing all the comforts of a small Berlin apartment in a go-anywhere vehicle.

SOD RISE Unimog Camper

The SOD RISE 4×4 5032 camper looks, on paper, to be in a class of its own, and is based on one of the most highly sought after and revered vehicles in the overland world. The venerable Mercedes-Benz Unimog U5032 with double cab offers an exceptional platform for an off-road camper: sophisticated, robust technology, remarkable performance, and absolute comfort for driver and passengers. The look and feel of the driver’s cab is based on the legendary G 63 from Mercedes-Benz.

SOD RISE Unimog Camper

The camper body is custom-made and is reportedly designed and implemented in collaboration with experienced vehicle manufacturers and off-road specialists. The structure can be decoupled from the chassis and can be operated independently. The interior looks to be spacious and well thought out (perhaps a few of the items on display are for impression only, certainly not for off-road travel).

SOD RISE Unimog Camper

Naturally, this vehicle includes all the high-tech bells and whistles one expects from a premium, modern vehicle and will likely come with a War and Peace-size instruction manual. The camper features a spacious interior with an ample power supply, a fully equipped kitchen, voluminous bathroom, built-in WiFi, heating, hot and cold water, porcelain stoneware countertop, solid wood table, a built-in safe, sound system, climate control and so much more.

SOD RISE Unimog Camper

The vehicle is almost 7 meters long, 3.9 meters high, and 2.5 meters wide and can be modified to carry a motorcycle and any other toy imaginable.

Stone Off-Road Design is based in Germany and this vehicle is expected to cost approximately Euro 899,900.

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Graeme Bell is an author and explorer who has dedicated his life to traveling the planet by land, seeking enlightenment and unique experiences. Together with his wife and two children, Graeme has spent the last decade living permanently on the road in a self-built Land Rover based camper. They have explored 27 African countries, circumnavigated South America, driven from Argentina to Alaska followed by exploration of Europe and Western Asia. Currently the family are planning a journey from Western Europe to the Russian Far East. Graeme is a member of the Explorers Club, the author of six critically acclaimed books and an Overland Journal/Expedition Portal contributor since 2015. You can follow Graeme's adventures across the globe on Instagram at graeme.r.bell