Inside the bullet proof survival bunker that’s kitted out with night-vision cameras and its own drone launch system

WELCOME to the portable bunker designed to protect you from natural and doomsday disasters.

American off-road trailer manufacturer Mammoth Overland has unveiled its all-new Fortress, engineered to withstand some of the harshest conditions known to man.

The Mammoth Overland ELE trailer


The Mammoth Overland ELE trailerPhoto credit: Mammoth Overland
A first aid kit strapped to the bunker


A first aid kit strapped to the bunkerPhoto credit: Mammoth Overland
An interior mural - a reminder of the outside world


An interior mural – a reminder of the outside worldPhoto credit: Mammoth Overland

While it’s ready for use in a zombie apocalypse, it’s also prepared for other – more likely – circumstances, such as a wildfire or flood.

Mammoth Overland’s ELE trailer is perfectly sized for a quick switch between city life and an off-the-grid lifestyle caused by the apocalypse.

The limited ELE trailer is set to be available towards the end of 2023 with a starting price of $67,000 (£54,000).

The towable survival bunker features a double-walled aerospace-grade aluminum body and submarine-style pressure doors.

This combination makes the trailer airtight to prevent contaminated air or smoke from getting inside.

But thanks to its medical-grade air filter system, you don’t have to gasp for fresh air either.

The air filter is able to completely clean the interior air in less than three minutes and provide the occupants with clean air for up to 6 months.

Your water needs are also covered.

The bunker has an 83 liter water tank on board with its own filter system.

In addition, stable power supply is provided by the trailer’s 100Ah smart lithium battery and 100W solar panels.

That means – apocalypse or not – you can take advantage of the 32-inch TV, as well as the fold-out kitchen and stove.

There is also a mural in the cabin that can remind you of the outside world beyond the built in surveillance on the TV.

Beyond the lifestyle amenities, the ELE trailer also has advanced monitoring capabilities.

It is equipped with Starlink internet and a rooftop night vision camera that provides crisp information to the onboard TV.

There’s also a drone launch system, as well as the ability to upgrade the trailer to bulletproof for an additional cost.

For those in bear territory, the trailer features a bear spray system at the front of the trailer and an in-cab switch that triggers a powerful mist that is sprayed around the outside to deter the charging bear or other potential threats.

The 32 inch TV as well as a laptop that can use Starlink satellite internet


The 32 inch TV as well as a laptop that can use Starlink satellite internetPhoto credit: Mammoth Overland
The fold-out kitchen


The fold-out kitchenPhoto credit: Mammoth Overland
The two-burner stove in the fold-out kitchen


The two-burner stove in the fold-out kitchenPhoto credit: Mammoth Overland

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Alley Einstein

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