The Wolf Rigs Patton is a Hummer-Based Overlanding Monster
Built for the RVer Who Wants to go Off-Road Camping
To say the Wolf Rigs Patton is unlike any other overlanding vehicle would be an understatement. That’s because the custom-designed off-roader uses a Hummer H1 as its base platform, gaining excellent off-roading capabilities and outstanding durability. But the Patton has a few more tricks up its sleeve that make it an intriguing option for boondockers looking to get away from it all.
The Patton features an all-aluminum camper shell attached to the Hummer, creating a living space that somewhat resembles a truck-bed camper floorplan. Wolf Rigs owner-operator Reed Gerdes put a lot of effort into the design of this upgrade to the build, making it feel like a natural fit with the H1 aesthetic. This gives the vehicle a cab over sleeping space large enough for a queen-size bed and an impressively large storage area at the rear of the vehicle.
Inside, the Patton has a small dinette attached to a kitchen with a two-burner stove and a single-basin sink. The vehicle even has a toilet that conveniently folds out of the way, making more room for a full-size residential shower. The floorplan offers generous storage space, large windows, LED lighting, and a tall ceiling.
The Hummer also received a few mechanical upgrades, including a new drive train. Wolf Rigs says the vehicle has an improved turning radius for maneuvering in and out of tight campsites and has a 16” ground clearance. This only enhances the H1’s well-documented off-road prowess, which has always been a big part of its appeal.
Overlanders and RVers looking for a Patton of their own can reach out to Wolf Rigs to inquire about availability. Since this is a custom build, chances are there is already a waiting list. But if you’ve always dreamed about a Hummer H1-based camper, this just might be the vehicle you’ve been looking for.
Visit the Wolf Rigs website for more information.