Camper van conversion company TouRig turned a 170-inch, 2016 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter into an off-grid capable tiny home on wheels – that is now occupied full-time by a couple and their two dogs. According to TouRig, the van was built to be a cross between a classic Sprinter camper van and an expedition vehicle. To do this, the Colorado-based TouRig team converted the originally two-wheel-drive vehicle into a green four-by-four camper, giving it the name Bruce Banner, who is better known as Marvel mainstay the Hulk’s alter ego. The van also has series of amenities that further optimise it for long drives and off-grid treks, such as an extended fuel capacity and water storage, upgraded power system and protective body add-ons. Would you pay US$130,000 for this ‘luxury’ camper van? On average, TouRig spends between six to 12 weeks on its custom Sprinter conversions. The company also partners with Mercedes-Benz for its build-outs, although it will soon be converting another popular camper base – the 2020 Ford Transit all-wheel-drive – as well. Prices range between US$30,000 and over US$100,000 depending on what the client is looking for. However, the price of Bruce Banner isn't publicly available, according to the company. Take a closer look inside: The interior amenities of the tiny home on wheels is powered by a 600-amp-hour battery system, 3,000-watt inverter and charger, and 375-watt solar panels. There's also a 40-gallon water system that provides filtered water for Bruce Banner's occupants. Besides the van base, Bruce Banner is no different than any traditional home. The interior is lined with a kitchen, work and dining space, bathroom, and bedroom. For home-made meals on the road, the van's kitchen units have a sink, storage cabinets, a refrigerator-freezer and a diesel-powered cook top for meals on the road. Bruce Banner's bathroom has a shower and portable toilet. The shower also has holders for personal hygiene products, such as a razor and body wash. The tiny home on wheels' driver and passenger seats have been upgraded and can swivel to face the interior of the build. This allows the seats to be used as chairs at the dining and work table. A Japanese-inspired home on wheels sleeping 8 people – for US$70,000 The van also has a cell booster to keep the couple connected while out on the road. Bruce Banner has several windows throughout its interior, but TouRig also included LED lights to brighten up the inside on a cloudy day or at night. The bed – which is placed towards the rear of the van – is lined with overhead storage cabinets on both sides. One side of the cabinets also extends down the length of the van. The sleeping space itself sits on a tall platform to make room for a garage underneath. If the overhead units, garage, and kitchen cabinets aren't enough, the van also has additional storage boxes. There are several entertainment options aboard Bruce Banner, including a screen by the bed and indoor and exterior speakers. The exterior speakers can be used in conjunction with the van's awning to create a lively outdoor lounge space. The tiny home on wheels also has a built-in radio communication system that allow its occupants to talk with other people who are using synced handheld radio devices, according to a post by Bruce Banner's owners on Instagram. The exterior has numerous upgrades that give the van it's rugged off-grid capabilities. How to have a safe, Covid-19-free road trip holiday this summer This includes both the front and rear bumper protectors. The front also comes with a winch and an extra light, while the back has a tire carrier. The solar panels aren't the only items occupying the roof space: TouRig also included a roof rack with extra lighting that can be accessed with the exterior side ladder. The van's systems have also been upgraded with a three-to-one low range transfer case, which helps with off-road driving, according to Bluestar.com. This low range transfer case accompanies Bruce Banner's 8.5-inch lift. The tyres and rims have also been upgraded and now have an extra 4.5 inches of track. For added security, the van's entire body has been coated with a protective spray. It also comes equipped with a Terrawagen Snorkel that keeps the air filter clean, according to Terrawagen. The van also has recovery tracks, a jack, and a recovery kit that can be used if it gets stuck. To further longer off-grid adventures, Bruce Banner also comes with a 28-gallon reserve diesel tank. Its owners keep electric bikes on board that can be charged using the van's electrical systems, as well as inflatable paddle boards that can be inflated using Bruce Banner's air system. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter . This article originally appeared on Business Insider.