Yes, and there are two ways to do it:
- Policy NAT. Walter has tested that this will work even if the connection is initiated from the remote LAN.
access-list VPN_NAT permit ip [FROM] [TO] nat (inside) X access-list VPN_NAT global (outside) X [NAT_IP] [MASK]
(where X is a number, but not 0)
- Static NAT, because "nat (inside) 0" will override this if you need both NATted and non-NATted VPN accesses.
static (inside,outside) [NAT_IP] [FROM] netmask 255.255.255.255
Check the NAT order table from the below link. Then you can select the method that suits you best.