2019 Earthroamer XV-LTS Is Based On A Ford F-550: Video

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Earthroamer is a company that makes some incredible RVs that are often based on Ford Super Duty pickups. The RVs the company makes are also incredibly expensive but packed with luxury touches you won’t find in most campers. A video outlining the 2019 Earthroamer XV-LTS, which the video says is the company’s most popular platform, shows what the high-end RV looks like on the inside.

Before we get to the inside, the video tour takes us on a complete walk-around of the Ford Super Duty F-550 Power Stroke 4×4 RV platform. The truck rolls on massive 41-inch tires on special bead lock wheels. The truck also has a custom steel front bumper with LED lighting and a 16,500-pound winch in the front bumper. The same winch is in the custom rear bumper as well. It also has massive, custom fender flares to cover those big tires.

Around the back of the 2019 Earthroamer XV-LTS on the outside of the truck is an outdoor kitchen and plenty of storage space along with a spare tire integrated into the wall of the camper. Inside is where the camper gets impressive. For the small amount of space, the camper area is highly functional.

The bunk that sits over the cab of the truck has a king-size mattress with storage underneath and storage in the headboard. This particular version has a dinette table on the driver side of the camper and a couch on the passenger side. The galley is small with a large sink and a two-burner induction stove. On the opposite side of the galley is a refrigerator and a convection oven/microwave for cooking and baking.

The entire back wall of the RV is storage, and the vehicle has plenty of solar and battery power to allow it to operate off-grid. The TV is on a movable mount allowing it to be viewed from the bed or the couch. The bathroom is a small wet room with a shower and a cassette toilet inside. As for how much the 2019 Earthroamer XV-LTS seen in video costs, we don’t know, but we do know Earthroamer RVs go for well over $500,000 with some high-end models, like the XV-HD, costing much, much more than that.

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Written by Shane McGlaun

Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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