If you want to know what it’s like to go around the world in a moving mansion with four wheels, you don’t have to imagine that anymore, just buy EarthRoamer’s newest product: the XV-HD, and experience it yourself. But let us tell you before you go shopping, the massive camper costs a staggering $1.7-million – congrats if you have that much of cash, though.
Yes, surely that’s not cheap. But that kind of money gives you a special place like no other to relax in. It’s an awesome multistory dwelling in some of the nation state’s most prosperous regions. However, if an ultimate overlanding machine is the sort of thing you want to spend your wealth on, then again, this EarthRoamer is what you’re looking for.
Coming as the firm’s general flagship, the XV-HD is built based on Ford’s rugged F-750 King Ranch. It’s powered by a 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 diesel engine that generates 330 hp and 725 lb-ft of torque. Everything about the F-750 changes as it gets a complete custom clothing to turn into one of the most comfy and capable trucks on the planet with a 37,000-pound Gross Combined Weight Rating.
The XV-HD is a 35-feet long, 8.5-feet wide, and 13-feet tall all-terrain palace. Every example is designed and made to meet the tastes of the customer. The particular model you see here can carry up to six occupants, and it features a kitchen sink and a complete bathroom among others.
More options include a complete package of kitchen appliances, a washer and dryer, and floor-integrated radiant heating. Dwellers can even pass through from the vehicle’s cab to the camper anytime they want, giving ample of space for you and others.
Combine this class of cosiness with 115 gallons fuel capacity, a battery pack rated at 20,000 watt-hours, and 2,100 watts of solar production capacity, and there you got a mobile home to take you anywhere in a kind of backwoods magnificence.
Another good thing about the XV-HD is that it can carry 250 gallons of fresh water to make you feel safe from wear and tear while on a long trip, whether on or off the road. There’s also no propane or loud generators that will disturb your peace, allowing you to enjoy total relaxation.
The truck features rear air-spring suspension and Fox shocks, resulting in more than a foot of ground clearance to make it compatible with a set of 46-inch-diameter Michelin XVL tires good for all terrain. It also flaunts hydraulic leveling, as well as a 46-degree approach angle, a 23-degree departure angle, and a 12-degree breakover angle.