All that looks ruddy and tough is not always unappealing. If you looked closely, there could be a whole world of luxury and comfort. In Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, two businessmen have decided to have a custom-built living station the real rough way. The station is a Mercedes-Benz Zetros 6×6 truck with a fully-loaded living space attached to its chassis. It comes equipped with a 7.2-liter diesel engine of 959 lb-ft torque, and the ‘Zetros’ is an adrenaline rusher! The interior is a haven of pure bliss and opulence. Designed and constructed by Hartmann in Alsfeld, Germany, and outfitted by RV-interior specialist Huenerkopf, it features fully insulated walls, a galley, and heated marble floors, as well as a combo bidet/toilet. Other amenities include two TV monitors, satellite communications, and a Mac-mini based media hub with a Bose sound system. The power comes from four 220-Ah batteries charged automatically by a diesel generator and two 80-watt solar panel units mounted on the roof.