Building on its already impressive EXP (pop-up) and FX (fixed-roof) models, Oregon-based Australian off-road vehicle purveyor, Earthcruiser has now unveiled a new dual-cab platform for these multi-ton machines.
These new crew cab setups boast a 168.5” wheelbase, seating for up to four passengers, and are powered by a 6.0L V8 Vortec engine that’s mated to a six-speed transmission, fed via an enormous 227-liter tank, and good for 297hp and 361ft-lbs of torque. Custom-built in Bend, Oregon using top-shelf marine-grade materials, both family-sized overlanders also sport a Hero 2-speed transfer case and Dynatrac Pro Series 80 axles with front and rear ARB differential lockers actuated via two onboard air compressors, WARN hubs, an alloy bullbar, brush guard, WARN front-mounted winch, and a massive skid plate. Boasting 77.25” of headroom and a cool 87.7 square-feet of living space, the Dual Cab FX and EXP have fully-appointed kitchens that include stainless steel appliances and a standalone coffee bar, a bathroom with a composting toilet and full-height shower, solar panels and batteries, and in integrated a water filtration system, just to name a few of the vehicles’ many yacht-inspired interior features. For more information or pricing details, you can visit the Earthcruiser website linked below.
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