A special project has been completed this week and we are proud to share with you the delivery of a 16 foot Bliss Mobil unit with a Mercedes-Benz Zetros 4×4. Bliss Mobil took responsibility for the complete project, including the project management of the purchase and configurations of the truck.
The new owners have extensive travel experience in pickup-type trucks. They lived in Zambia for three years and during this time they made great trips through the Southern part of the continent.This is also where they fell in love with overland travelling.
Customisation through standardised accessories
The expedition vehicle has been further customized through our standardised accessories, making it a true “one of a kind” expedition vehicle.
The batwing awning with mosquito net will allow them to enjoy long evenings outside, while making their dinner on the outdoor kitchen. The large storage box on the motorbike carrier provides space to bring along two folding bicycles along the motorbike. The storage space is furthermore optimised by the roof rack with large storage boxes. Inside the unit, luxury and functionality has been combined with their choice for buffalo leather upholstery, the kitchen set, a vacuum cleaner and washing machine. The alarm system and a GPS Iridium tracker ensure safety and security.
The Bliss Family
Our customers were very satisfied with our advice and the translation of their ideas into the final configuration. They already felt part of “The Bliss Family” after a two-day training session where they learned about the functionality and logic in their Bliss Mobil, they now feel part of “the Bliss Family”. They are now ready to leave at the earliest possible date.
They plan on long time travel to remote areas off the beaten track. They appreciate the “Freedom of independence” that a Bliss Mobil unit gives them to go and stay anywhere they like to go. Scandinavia is their first destination and after that their goal is to travel the silk route with the ultimate destination Japan!
We wish them good luck on their travels to come.