- EarthRoamer has created a $1.7 million tiny home on wheels built on a four-wheel-drive Ford F-750: the EarthRoamer XV-HD .
- EarthRoamer specializes in producing expedition vehicles that counter the idea of a "traditional RV lifestyle" by creating a more self-sufficient and rugged camper van.
- There's a shower, toilet, fully functioning kitchen, living space, dining area, and bed bunk.
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The EarthRoamer XV-HD is a luxury tiny home on wheels built on a four-wheel-drive Ford F-750 that can sleep six people and starts at $1.7 million.
EarthRoamer specializes in producing expedition vehicles that counter the idea of a "traditional RV lifestyle" by creating a more self-sufficient and rugged camper van. In line with this motto, the XV-HD has been optimized for off-roading during every season.
"The HD is our most innovative product yet," president and COO of EarthRoamer Tyler Tatro said in a statement. "It utilizes state-of-the-art construction and systems to bring comfort and functionality to the next level."
The tiny Ford home's 6.7-liter Powerstroke engine gives it 330 horsepower and 725 pound-feet of torque. Furthermore, EarthRoamer optimized it for off-roading by giving it 46-inch wheels, rear air suspension with shocks, hydraulic leveling, a winch, and LED lights.
Amenities inside the XV-HD include a bunk, living space, dining area, fully-functioning kitchen, and two bathrooms (one with a shower, and one with the toilet). The two bathroom resources are kept in separate "rooms" so they can be utilized by two people at the same time.
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