Since its founding in 2009, EarthCruiser has emerged as one of the leading purveyors of adventure-ready vehicles, boasting an impressive lineup that includes truck bed-based campers, purpose-built forward-cabs, and customizable all-terrain chassis designs. Suffice to say — if you’re looking for a rig that’ll take you into parts previously unknown, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better brand for the job.
The newest model to join the EarthCruiser range is the Terranova, an over-cab expedition vehicle conversion that’s designed to work with one-ton Ford truck platforms (Chevy and Dodge compatibility are coming in 2022). Made from a combination of fiberglass and foam core composite, it’s both far lighter and also much more streamlined than other options on the market, extending over the cab to make the most of its livable space. Inside, you’ll find a number of thoughtful design choices, such as step drawers that double as stairs, a movable track-mounted table, and even a raised floor for extra gear storage. But the Terranova’s best party trick is easily its full-length pop-up roof, an addition that packs a wall-to-wall Queen mattress, built-in power stations, as well as triple-layer curtains for privacy and insect protection. Available starting at $289,000, you can learn more at the link below.
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