Ford Expedition Timberline Off-Grid Concept Can Be Accessorized with Portable Shower

Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn has debuted the Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept vehicle. The one-off model is based on the new 2022 Ford Expedition Timberline series.
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Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn debuted its Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept vehicle. // Courtesy of Ford Motor Co.
Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn debuted its Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept vehicle. // Courtesy of Ford Motor Co.

Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn has debuted the Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept vehicle. The one-off model is based on the new 2022 Ford Expedition Timberline series.

“The Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept provides a futuristic view of how family adventurers can potentially get even more out of an Expedition Timberline, including the absolute best mobile basecamp,” says Robert Varto, Ford’s program manager of the concept.

Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept is focused on multi-day off-roading functionality and ease-of-use. Most noticeable is the SUV’s raised stance, custom DeeZee Rock Rail Hoop Steps, and CG Detroit custom topographic wrap over factory Forged Green exterior paint.

The 2022 Ford Expedition has the best available ground clearance in its class at 10.6 inches, and the concept adds another two inches with custom FOX Performance Elite Series 2.5-inch shocks with Dual Speed Compression adjusters and remote reservoirs front and rear. In addition, 17-inch Method Race Wheels with Bead Grip technology are wrapped with 35-inch General Grabber all-terrain tires.

To ensure the best mobile campsite, the Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept leverages Ford’s Outfitter collection with dealer-available accessories. These include a Thule Tepui Explorer tent with crossbars that attach to its roof rails, a factory-available transmission shield, Overland Vehicle Systems’ Nomadic 180-degree awning that pulls out to help protect from the elements, and a Wild Land portable privacy room shower.

Illuminating the trail and the campsite at night, a 50-inch Rigid light bar is mounted above the windshield with an additional Rigid 20-inch light bar below the grille, while D-SS Rigid side shooter cube lights are installed atop the hood. Rigid spotlights mounted within the wheel wells and liftgate further illuminate those areas. The flip of a switch turns the lights red for stargazers.

The interior of the Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept reveals an EZ STAK custom aluminum dual storage drawer unit that sits under a custom Luno camping mattress with room for two. To make sleeping in the concept vehicle even more comfortable, Luno also provides a concept-specific Base Extender, window shades and portable USB fan.

To handle electric loads needed at off-the-grid campsites, the concept is equipped with a Clarios AGM battery specifically designed for vehicles supporting the most demanding applications.

With a Turtleback Expedition Series Trailer, the largest trailer in the Turtleback lineup, the capability of the Expedition Timberline concept vehicle is further extended in the wilderness. The trailer matches the Expedition Timberline Off-Grid concept with Method brand wheels and Grabber all-terrain tires.

It’s designed to hold additional gear for an extended cross-country trip, including a two-burner propane stove and deep-well sink, a pair of drop-down tables, a 42-gallon water tank, and six-gallon water heater with external shower hookup, plus a pancake propane tank. Additional available options include a refrigerator and a 100-watt solar panel.

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