If you love overlandings, you’ve probably heard of Loki Basecamp. This leader has been in the industry for over a decade, producing quality truck campers for adventurers who want to get off the grid at any time of the year.
Recently, Loki Basecamp became Loki Expedition. The company also added two new series to its Overlanding lineup.
Let’s look at these units and what makes them the most expensive and durable RVs in the world.
What is Loki Expedition?
Loki has been designing and building diverse habitats for adventurous overlanders for the past 15 years. Recently, Loki Basecamp became Loki Expedition. The company is owned by Pierre-Mathieu Roy, founder and president.
This new subsidiary reflects the synergy between the company’s personal interests and professional expertise.
The company still makes Loki Basecamp Truck Campers, but has expanded to include bigger and bolder units to allow Overlanders to go anytime, anywhere.
Where is the Loki Expedition located?
For the past 10 years, Loki Basecamp has shipped products from busy North American cities.
However, with Loki Expedition’s new expansion and look, the company decided to move its manufacturing base to Quebec City, Canada.
A second West Coast location is also in the works.
What makes the Loki Expedition unique?
Loki Expedition habitats look like tanks. They have high quality materials to withstand extreme weather.
Additionally, the off-grid capabilities and modular components make these units comfortable, convenient, and functional. In addition, owners can customize their units to create the perfect overland vehicle.
Loki pushes the limits of design and seeks to build premium living spaces that meet the needs of each owner. You can get fiberglass or aluminum truck RVs or heavy duty 15- to 20-foot tanks.