EarthCruiser EXP Adventure Vehicle

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Not that you need another reason to quit your job, sell your stuff, and move you and yours onto the open road — but here’s one more anyway. Designed in Australia and built in Bend, Oregon the EarthCruiser EXP will go where a forty-five foot Class A motorhome just can’t, but you still get a pretty swank living space.

The EXP is built on a Mitsubishi Fuso 4×4 chassis and grants you six feet four inches of headroom when the (electrically deployed) roof is raised after reaching camp. Recessed solar panels on the roof plus inverter and AGM batteries power the lights, awning, roof extenders, and the mini fridge, while diesel powers the heater, ceramic cooktop, and water heater. There’s even a water purification system that’ll run purified lake/stream water right through the kitchen tap.

The queen bed sleeps two while the dinette converts to a second bed and there’s a cassette toilet and external shower covering bathroom duties. While you don’t have to sell all your worldly possessions and become a nomad to own one, this camper offers no reason why you shouldn’t. – Shop Now