EarthRoamer LT-V or the perfect travel companion

EarthRoamer LT-V or the perfect travel companion

November 7, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

Earthroamer, which is located in Colorado (USA), presented another cool mobile home project – the new product was called EarthRoamer LT-V. According to the creators of this vehicle, the car has everything you need for a long rest outside of civilization.

If you want to take a trip in your car away from civilization, take a look at the EarthRoamer LT-V RV. The car is currently being auctioned overseas. The starting bid at the time of this writing is $ 52,000.

EarthRoamer LT-V is built on a huge 2005 Ford F-450 pickup truck.

As the employees of the company say, they had to spend a lot of time turning an ordinary truck into a full-fledged home on wheels. Instead of the original 6.7-liter V8 Powerstroke diesel engine, there is now a heavily modified 5.9-liter Cummins inline-six under the hood. The engine received updated pistons, a camshaft and a turbocharger. Ford’s five-speed automatic, which is mated to a two-speed transfer case, has also received a number of upgrades. The axles were recently serviced.

The machine is equipped with air suspension and King shock absorbers with custom valves. Among other things, there are two backup air compressors in case something goes wrong.

The interior of the motorhome is equipped with electric seats, which are covered with leather. There is automatic climate control, USB sockets and a ceiling dashboard.

The living area includes a kitchenette and a dining area. Rear shower and toilet. The bed is located above the cockpit. Electricity comes from an 875 watt solar panel, a 2000 watt AC inverter and a pair of 255 Ah household batteries. Air conditioning and heater provide comfort for passengers.

Not so long ago, our publication wrote that iSmove Motorhome or a cool convertible motorhome. This unique mobile home, which was created by the guys from the German company Niesmann + Bischoff, received several innovative features. Outwardly, the motorhome looks quite ordinary.