There seems to be an overland vehicle out there for just about every taste and budget these days, and the Wolf Riggs Patton takes what most people trick their vans out to be to an even greater level. Because instead of a commonplace van, the Patton builds off the iconic Hummer H1, and comes complete with a queen-size bed, spacious shower, and many more comforts of a home far, far away from home.
Wolf Rigs Patton: Details
The Wolf Rigs Patton has an entirely new drivetrain, 16-inches of ground clearance, and a tight turning radius to manage some of the more technical trails people may drive on. The entire frame and shell are aluminum, and the rig’s back opens to reveal a large storage area that houses various vehicle accessories, including a ladder, spare tire, propane tank, shovel, water or fuel tanks, and more. There’s also lighting in the back if the area needs to be accessed at night.
On the inside of the camper, Wolf Rigs has ensured it has all the creature comforts one would expect with the latest RVs. A shower is located at the back of the rig and is home to a patented hideaway toilet that can disappear into the wall, creating additional room for the shower, which is quite large. The queen-size bed is located at the front of the vehicle sitting over the front seats of the hummer, and there’s still plenty of headroom for passengers. Lighting is built into the ceiling, and a skylight and windows are within the loft.
The Wolf Rigs Patton was designed to have three levels. The lower level is where the front seats are, and the second level is the lounge, with plenty of counter space, a two-burner stove, sink, and a slide-out freeze and freezer combination. The rig demonstrates what kind of Overlanding vehicle the company can create. Since the Hummer H1 is known for its go-anywhere attitude, it’s the perfect vehicle to transform into a luxurious RV.