This Efficient Solar-Powered Luxury Trailer Can Charge Your Electric Car

Sep 4, 2020

Category: Living

Unlike the majority of mobile luxury trailers that are designed to offer some of the comforts and amenities of home while on the road or off the grid, the aptly-named Living Vehicle was specifically engineered to be a permanently inhabitable, fully-self sustaining living space. And, though we’ve already been thoroughly impressed with the Santa Barbara-based company’s prior models, Living Vehicle has managed to outdo itself with the 2021 version of the CORE model.

The 2021 Living Vehicle CORE maintains the outgoing version’s all-aluminum shell and marine-grade construction, fully-appointed kitchen, bedroom, and living room, space for six, and premium appliances and entertainment equipment throughout. Optional amenities include a spa bathroom, mobile office, automatic Euro loft, chef’s kitchen, SONOS Hi-Fi audio system, 4K home theater, remote security system, an off-road lift kit, automatic leveling system, and a solar awning, though the most significant new feature is the PRO-EV Power add-on, which consists of a Level 2 charger with dual 8kW inverters and a 16,000-watt output that can fully recharge all-electric cars and motorcycles on site. Available now, the 2021 Living Vehicle CORE starts from $229,995, and comes with an expected 9-month build time.

Purchase: $229,995+

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