EarthRoamer’s 34-Foot SX Overlander Is Built for Luxury and Off-Road Performance

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Overlanding just got more luxurious with EarthRoamer’s massive new 34-foot addition to its already-impressive range of vehicles.

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Bringing even more capability and luxury compared to its LTi overland model that came out this past summer, EarthRoamer has now debuted the SX hard-shell camper, swapping the firm’s standard Ford F-550 base for a Chevy Silverado 6500HD — the first Chevy-based chassis from the Colorado-based company. Providing ultimate off-road performance, the Duramax 6.6L turbo-diesel V8 engine and Allison 6-speed transmission grab 350hp and 700lb.ft of torque.

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Encased in a vacuum-infused carbon fiber body, the hotel room-sized cabin in the back features upgrades such as a full dry bathroom with a walk-in rainfall shower, sitting space for six adults to lounge around, and sleeping space for up to six people depending on your chosen floorplan. There’s also an incredible amount of storage that’s been optimized for comfort and convenience. Powering the expedition vehicle is a 1,600W rooftop solar panel, while the addition of an outdoor kitchen package includes your choice of a Solaire grill, Traeger smoker, or Blackstone griddle.

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The waitlist for the SX is anywhere between 7 and 10 months following your $125,000 deposit on the base price of $995,000. However, EarthRoamer says that a “well-equipped” configuration can reach upwards of $1,050,000.