EarthCruiser Introduces EXP and FX Expedition MotorhomesNovember 28, 2019
Under the hoods of new products is a powerful V8 diesel engine. The brand’s engineers completely refurbished the living area, added more storage space for various things, and also introduced additional functions.
The well-known manufacturer of off-road expeditionary vehicles – the company EarthCruiser, has completed work on the creation of updated EXP and FX models that are equipped with 6.0-liter V8 engines, Allison transmissions, an independently developed chassis and revised interiors with increased space and functionality.
“We decided to create our own transmission to give us complete control over final gear ratios, transfer case gearboxes, wheel and tire compatibility, locking differentials and brake systems.”
“We made some significant changes to the Mitsubishi Fuso FE truck platform and tested it thoroughly to make sure it meets the highest safety requirements,” said EarthCruiser founder Lance Gillis.
New cars from EarthCruisers will use the Vortec V8 engine manufactured by the American concern GM. Power is 297 horsepower (489 Nm). This motor is connected to the Allison 1000 transmission, which directs power to a new all-wheel drive system developed by EarthCruisers engineers. The two-speed transfer case additionally controls the power for the slow passage of the car on all sorts of slopes, pits and other things.
Expedition vehicles based on the Japanese Mitsubishi Fuso truck also received several improvements in the residential area. The storage space has been increased, and a new retractable external kitchen is available for cooking outdoors. The entrance to the bathroom is refitted to make it more ergonomic, and the new raw water recirculation system uses three different charcoal filters. There is a fresh water storage and a battery to save energy. EarthCruiser claims that the new 2020 EXP and FX are now available for order at a starting price of $ 350,000.
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