Ford Earth Roamer XV-LTS Camper

May 9, 2017

Category: Rides

Adventure starts where the asphalt ends, and if you are behind the wheel of the Earth Roamer XV-LTS, comfort will follow you wherever you go.

This modified commercial duty Ford F-550 made by the Colorado based company Earth Roamer boasts a hefty V8 Turbodiesel engine that pairs with a 4-wheel drive system to take you anywhere you want. Engineered to operate as a stand alone adventure vehicle without water, power, or sewer hookups, you can literally pilot the XV-LTS as far and wide as you wish. For reliable power while out in the sticks, the top of the main cabin features large solar panels that deliver electricity to the four 8D sized batteries. When those batteries are fully charged they boast a ridiculous 255 amp hours of energy – making it so the cabin with bedroom, full bathroom, and kitchen will never go without power. Weather outside nice enough to BBQ? Just pop open the back storage boxes and heat up the grill. We literally don’t think you can ask for anything more out of a vehicle. Each vehicle is built to order – as a result the wait time can be up to a year. But that is ok – good things come to those who wait.

Purchase: $438,000

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