- EarthRoamer created a $1.7 million tiny home built on a four-wheel-drive Ford F-750 chassis: the EarthRoamer XV-HD.
- EarthRoamer specializes in producing expedition vehicles that counter the idea of a “traditional RV lifestyle” by creating a more self-sufficient and rugged camper van.
- There’s a shower, a toilet, a fully functioning kitchen, a living space, a dining area, and a lofted bed.
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The EarthRoamer XV-HD is a luxury tiny home built on a four-wheel-drive Ford F-750 chassis that can sleep six people and starts at $1.7 million.
EarthRoamer specializes in producing expedition vehicles that counter the idea of a “traditional RV lifestyle” by creating a more self-sufficient and rugged camper van. In line with this motto, the XV-HD has been optimized for off-roading during every season.
“The HD is our most innovative product yet,” Tyler Tatro, the president and chief operating officer of EarthRoamer, said in a statement. “It utilizes state-of-the-art construction and systems to bring comfort and functionality to the next level.”
The tiny home’s 6.7-liter Powerstroke engine gives it 330 horsepower and 725 pound-feet of torque. Furthermore, EarthRoamer optimized it for off-roading by giving it 46-inch wheels, rear air suspension with shocks, hydraulic leveling, a winch, and LED lights.
Amenities inside the XV-HD include a lofted bed, a living space, a dining area, a fully functioning kitchen, and two bathrooms (one with a shower and one with a toilet). The two bathroom resources are kept in separate “rooms” so two people can use them at the same time.
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“The EarthRoamer XV-HD is the answer for those looking to explore the backcountry without sacrificing space or amenities,” the company said in a statement.
It has 2,100 watts of solar-energy capabilities and a 20,000-watt lithium-ion battery.
Its fuel tank can hold 115 gallons of diesel fuel, making it equipped for long travels.
The XV-HD is about 35 feet long, 8.5 feet wide, and 13 feet tall, so occupants can stand up without having to crouch or lean.
Its interior has been “intelligently designed,” according to its maker.
The foundation was made from a fiberglass body using “vacuum infusing technology” to create a strong yet lightweight home, the company said.
The XV-HD’s interior is insulated with closed-cell foam.
The kitchen has a Bosch microwave, a sink, and an electric stovetop.
A TV is embedded in the cabinet area to maximize the tiny home’s space.
The XV-HD also has a Bose surround-sound system for entertaining.
Since the shower is in a separate space from the toilet, two people can use the bathroom resources at the same time.
The exterior of the van includes a slide-out kitchen and a retractable awning with dimmable LED lights.
There’s also an external shower for cleaning off before stepping into the tiny home.
In-floor heating provides warmth for colder nights.
A touchscreen control center provides vehicle-status information like battery and tank levels.
Air is pumped through two roof-mounted units.
The air can be concentrated in the bedroom area to save energy.
Electricity is provided via a power take-off hydraulic generator.
The home can hold 250 gallons of fresh water and 125 gallons of blackwater.
The floor plan is customizable, and there are three XV-HDs in production.
The next customer can get it delivered as early as late 2021.
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