The experience from building expedition vehicles transfered to the private needs and
financial framework is important to me.
Nico Lüttschwager, a mechanic by trade, has worked with Australian fourwheel and expedition vehicle builders to gain valuable skills and important knowledge in the field of traveling vehicle construction. He passed these on to his own budget and personal needs and setted up a vehicle to cross the Australian continent mostly far off the "bitumen roads" (asphalt roads). On adventurous trips from Cape York to Tasmania and from Byron Bay to the steep point, including the legendary Gibb River Road and Canning Stock Route, the plan grow to drive home to Germany.
With the LandCruiser, which was actually equipped for Australia, he went from Shanghai to
Berlin; Through China, Mongolia, Siberia, the Baltic States and Poland. At the end of 2012,
Nico Lüttschwager reached home with his girlfriend, with incredible impressions and also
valuable travel experiences. These will become invaluable for the future company in the
construction of traveling vehicles. In his homeland, the Uckermark, he found the right base for Fernweh-Reisemobile.