The Peugeot Boxer 4x4 Concept has been unveiled ahead of its full in-the-flesh debut later this month at the Le Bourget Recreational Vehicle Show.
In order for the van to go off the beaten track it has been fitted with a Dangel four-wheel drive system, chunky off-road tyres, and a higher ground clearance.
Other exterior changes include a more aggressive front bumper treatment, side steps, and a set of forward-facing spot lights.
Peugeot says the Boxer 4x4 Concept has been fitted out to accommodate up to three people "on a long-term basis". In the supplied images we can see tables, blinds, a sink, cabinets, and enhanced interior lighting.
Presumably the van also includes basic cooking facilities, a fridge, and places to sleep. The interior also features grey fake suede trim, stark white surfaces, and green and mint highlights.
The car pictured here is equipped for further exploration as it has Peugeot eM02 FS Powertube electric mountain bike mounted on the back, and a Canadian canoe strapped to the roof rack.