Overland-E Gen2 is the all-terrain, all-purpose vehicle you’ve been waiting for

Published on Mar 25, 2022 at 10:26 AM (UTC+4)
by Alessandro Renesis

Last updated on Jul 01, 2022 at 5:03 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Kate Bain

Overland-E Gen2 is the all-terrain, all-purpose vehicle you’ve been waiting for

The first two questions you might want to ask are; what is this, and what is it for?

This is the Overland-E Gen 2, an air-cooled, VW Beetle-based all-terrain vehicle that looks like somebody threw a Caterham and a Beach Buggy into a blender.

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According to Overland’s co-founder Arron Rawding, the Gen2 is available both as a two- and four-wheel drive vehicle, with a range of 750 miles. Yup, seven hundred and fifty.

The company added that the Overland-E Gen2 will be offered with two drastically different trim levels: Urban and Explorer.

With the Urban, you’ll get a relatively civilised, relatively well-equipped fun vehicle that you can actually drive around town – mainly because it has a coupe-style body and a full interior.

The Explorer, on the other hand, is a rough, tough, adventure-over-anything open-top vehicle with waterproof interior, night vision headlamps and a winch.

Unfortunately, that’s pretty much all we know, because Overland hasn’t said anything about pricing, power or availability.

Going by looks alone, we’re excited.

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