There are many RV's that will ably go anywhere where there are roads and even more SUV's, trucks, motorcycles, dune buggies, ATV's, etc. that will take you off-road. Unicat bridges the gap by providing the highest comfort levels of an RV with a go anywhere ability of off-road vehicles.
Unicat Fahrzeugbau GmbH was established by Thomas Ritter on April 1, 1990.
By setting new standards of excellence in engineering, manufacture and service, Unicat quickly became a global leader in the Expedition Vehicle industry.
• 1990: Company launch
• 1991: Successful preparation and participation in Paris - Dakar Rally
• 1992: Start of close co-operation with Mercedes-Benz Unimog
• 1994: Performance of extensive chassis modifications
• 1996: First expedition-mobiles on MAN basis
• 1999: Manufacture of Unicat-designed chassis featuring independent wheel suspension
• 2001: Development of a mobile live-and-work concept - MaxiMog and trailer
shown at the Museum of Modern Art, New York
• 2003: Relocation to company-owned facility in Dettenheim
• 2005: Expansion of Unicat to the American Continent in partnership with UnicatAmericas
and first expedition vehicles based on US street-legal International 7400 Series and Freightliner Unimog U500 chassis
In the ten years prior to launching Unicat, Thomas Ritter made a name for himself as a body manufacturer. He then built up a professional organization with a staff of highly qualified specialists who brought a wealth of experience and skills gained over many years. From the beginning, Unicat's stated goal was to provide optimal solutions and be a reliable ongoing partner to its customers in all matters relating to expedition travel.
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