This $1.7 million camper van built on a Ford F-750 can sleep 6 people and go off-road in any season — see inside

The EarthRoamer XV-HD.

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The EarthRoamer XV-HD.
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  • 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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“The EarthRoamer XV-HD is the answer for those looking to explore the backcountry without sacrificing space or amenities,” the company wrote in a statement.

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It has 2,100 watts of solar energy capabilities and a 20,000-watt lithium-ion battery.

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Its fuel tank can hold 115 gallons of diesel fuel, making it equipped for long travels.

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The XV-HD is 35 feet long, 8.5 feet wide, and 13.2 feet tall, allowing occupants to stand up without having to crouch or lean over.

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Its interior has been “intelligently designed,” according to its maker.

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The foundation of the home is made from a fiberglass body using “vacuum infusing technology” to create a strong yet lightweight home, the company says.

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XV-HD’s interior is insulated with closed-cell foam.

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The kitchen has a Bosch microwave, sink, and electric stovetop.

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A television is embedded into the walls and cabinet to maximize the tiny home’s space.

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The XV-HD also has a Bose Surround Sound system for entertaining.

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The shower is in a separate space from the toilet so two different people can utilize the bathroom resources at the same time.

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There are hidden stairs — which doubles as drawers — that bring customers up to the bunk.

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The exterior of the van includes a slide-out kitchen and retractable awning with dimmable LED lights.

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There’s also an external shower for cleaning off before stepping into the tiny home.

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In-floor heating provides warmth for colder nights.

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There’s a touch screen master control center that provides information on the vehicle’s status, such as its battery and tank levels.

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Air conditioning is pumped via two roof-mounted units.

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The air can be concentrated in only the bedroom area to save energy.

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Electricity is provided via a power take-off hydraulic generator.

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The home can hold 250 gallons of freshwater and 125 gallons of black water.

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There’s a “store vehicle” button that automatically shuts down all systems and components.

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The floor plan is customizable and there are currently three XV-HDs in production.

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The next customer can get it delivered as early as late 2021.

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