This modified Force Traveller has everything from a microwave, refrigerator, TV and Sony sound system right down to a double decker bed
A Force Traveller has been modified into what can be called a house on wheels and contains everything that one would need for long distance travel, except for a toilet and kitchen. Though such motor homes are not common sight in India and only limited to the vanity vans used by Bollywood actors, there are aftermarket modification experts who could also turn a regular vehicle into something special.
One such after-market modification is seen in the case of the Force Traveller which has become a house on wheels. It has received a complete overhaul both where its exteriors and interiors are concerned.
The modifiers have given the Traveller a new façade with modified headlamps which are taken off the Honda Civic. There is also a new front grille and chrome band sporting a Mercedes logo while the lower bumper is fitted with fog lamps and LED DRLs that appear to be taken off a Hyundai Verna.
The modified Traveller sits on larger silver finished alloy wheels, gets distinctive body cladding while it also sports a spare wheel at the rear, glass section around the spare wheel and revised bumper and tail lamps. The aftermarket specialists have also added an air suspensions system which would enhance ride quality.
Double Decker Bed
The interiors are what make the Force Traveller into a house on wheels. It gets two distinctive sections, one for the driver and a rear lounge area with an electronically operated door separating these two areas. The lounge area sports two reclining seats on one side while the other side is dominated by a large 7 foot sofa which can be pulled out into a double decker bed. More details in the video below.
All upholstery is seen in quality leather, while the Traveller gets every equipment needed for entertainment, cooking and washing. There is a split air conditioner, microwave oven, refrigerator, TV and a Sony sound system. A wash basin, storage facility and a cupboard are also fitted into the interiors of the Force Traveller while LED and ambient lighting on roof and side panels offers a premium interior appeal. Taking care of any power outrage is a separate generator and inverter. The only things missing on this house on wheels is a dedicated toilet and kitchen and hence long distance travel could pose something of a problem.
Modifications for the Force Traveller are presented in a variety of packages and cost would depend on the level of equipment and luxury demanded by the customer.