Autoevolution is celebrating Travel Month by highlighting Earthromaer’s “most innovative product yet”—the HD. According to an Autoevolution article, it is simply one of the most extravagant vehicles that you can go overlanding in.
The HD shows craftsmanship unlike any other, spacious design choices, higher storage and energy capacities, and everything working in a self-sufficient fashion, giving you a unique experience off the grid.
With its 4×4 system and 12 inches (30.5 cm) ground clearance, the HD is as versatile as any RV or overlander when it comes to exploring off the beaten track. The HD’s 46deg approach, 23deg departure, and 12deg break-over angles are also important. These values provide real confidence when tackling difficult routes, the report added. The vehicle is equipped with a rear air suspension and Fox shock absorbers, as well as hydraulic leveling.
The 4-wheel-drive Ford F-750 King Ranch trim is the base platform on which the HD is built. The 6.7-liter Power Stroke V8 diesel engine produces 330 horsepower and 725lb-ft (983 Nm) of torque. It is paired with the TorqShift HD six-speed automatic transmission. Dimension-wise, including the camper body, the HD measures 35 feet (10.67m) long, 8.5ft (2.6m) wide, and can reach as high as 13.2ft (4m).
Other amenities that make the HD stand apart from the crowd of expedition RVs are the 2,100-watt capable solar recharging hardware, the 20-kWh lithium-ion battery pack, the power take-off (PTO) driven hydraulic generator, or the 30,000-lb (13,608-kg) force front recovery winch. The vehicle can also hold 115 gallons (435 Liters) of diesel fuel or 250 gallons (946 Liters) of freshwater. This makes it an attractive choice for long-distance trips. These capabilities transform the HD into a master of self-sufficient living empowering off-the-grid living for extended periods.
Inside the luxury vehicle, you’ll find alder cabinetry, wooden floors, and marble counters, and a queen-size bed, making its occupants live a luxury hotel experience in the middle of the wilderness.
A full bathroom is included in the camper cabin, with a separate tub and a washer/dryer. In-floor radiant heating can heat the HD quickly and efficiently, making it a necessity during winter. The Bose Surround Sound entertainment system transforms the luxury cabin into a concert hall.
All the appliances are in stainless steel and can be found in the kitchen. You will also find an induction stovetop, a drawer fridge/freezer, and many intelligent storage options.
The company provides 6 floor plans that clients can use to build their expedition vehicle.
The EarthRoamer HD also features an auto-retracting, LED-lit awning, an option to install an exterior slide-out kitchen, and an exterior shower, allowing for greater flexibility when living in natural settings.
The starting price of $1.7 million can go up to even more. EarthRoamer’s team of designers works closely with clients to design an automobile masterpiece on wheels that can travel the world and live the high life, the report added.