The Expedition Overland crew have left their mark on the overland world, touring to 16 international locations and 12 states, and constructing greater than a dozen expedition-ready autos.
Now they’re again with “The Final Frontier,” a brand new video sequence that has a seven-person Expedition Overland (XOverland) crew driving three overlanding Toyotas and an off-road trailer into the Alaskan wilderness. This time, XOverland founder Clay Croft brings his 16-year-old son, Cyrus, alongside as a part of the crew.
The five-episode sequence begins with a have a look at XOverland’s first campsite and the autos the crew has introduced alongside for the journey. These embrace a pair of brand-new Toyota Tacoma pickups, a 2021 known as Atigun, a 2020 known as Raven, a 2015 4Runner referred to as Clone (as a result of it’s a replica of a earlier construct the model has finished), and an X3 Patriot Camper.
Although the builds are thorough sufficient to deserve in-depth movies of their very own, the primary video within the sequence showcases mods like Atigun’s Icon suspension, Normal tires, regeared differentials, and CBI skidplates and bumpers. Chainsaws, photo voltaic panels, a fridge, and a gun rack are a couple of of the fundamentals discovered within the PCOR tray mattress, which has changed the usual truck mattress.
‘The Final Frontier’ Video Collection
Via the five-part sequence, the crew explores Alaskan fishing villages and cities, then strikes additional into the wild, exploring locations usually solely accessible by specifically modified bush planes. Finally, the crew factors their modified Toyotas within the path of Knik Glacier.
Episode 4 takes the Expedition Overland crew towards the highest of the world, whereas episode 5 slows down the tempo with a while for the crew to calm down, relive, and do some fishing. Count on to see issues like horseback using, rappelling, canoeing, rafting, camp cooking, and all of the newest overland toys in use in these cinematic quick movies.
For those who’re an overlander or aspiring overlander, the sequence is stuffed with classes, ideas, and overlanding experiences. Even should you’re not, the sequence showcases a number of the most stunning surroundings in America — all with Croft’s narration offering a soothing overlay, as an alternative of the drama and exaggeration typical of a actuality present.
Take a look at the complete “The Final Frontier” YouTube video sequence.
Ought to “The Final Frontier” depart you wanting extra, Expedition Overland has greater than a dozen playlists of comparable off-road adventures from years of exploration across the globe. Take a look at the XOverland YouTube channel for extra.
You may as well dive deeper into the car builds and the folks behind the movies at XOverland.com.