The EarthRoamer LTi debuted a few years ago as the ultimate off-road camping vehicle built on a Ford Super Duty chassis. Ford Authority was able to get up close and personal with the massive, kitted-out machine based on the Ford F-550 Super Duty at SEMA 2022.
This Ford F-550-based EarthRoamer LTi features a vacuum-infused carbon fiber camper body along with a lithium-ion battery bank, bunk side windows, increased water capacity and a touch-screen systems interface. It even boasts a lower entry step for ease of access into the camper and features dual inverter chargers to keep electronics powered up. Multicolor indirect interior lighting creates a unique ambience depending on passenger preference.
The body is composed completely of carbon fiber, keeping the weight off the F-550 chassis and improving fuel economy while maintaining structural integrity. Its fuel tanks are capable of holding 95 gallons of diesel fuel, while the improved water tank capacity accommodates 100 gallons of fresh water and 40 gallons of gray water. It features a towing capacity of up to 10,000 pounds, meaning it can haul toys along with it on an adventure.
Power in this Ford F-550 EarthRoamer is sourced from Ford’s turbodiesel 6.7L V8 Power Stroke Scorpion engine, providing more than enough get-up-and-go for the large camper truck. Meanwhile, solar power banks provide power off the grid, removing the need for a gas-burning generator.
Inside the camper portion, the overland vehicle features an over-cab bunk and plenty of storage. There’s even a large access point that allows passengers to move from the camper into the truck cab and vice-versa, though this access can also be closed off.
Customers interested in acquiring their own Ford F-550 EarthRoamer LTi can expect delivery to take between seven and ten months from the time of ordering. An initial deposit of $75,000 is required up front, while the base price for the vehicle is $695,000, but optional extras typically bring the price between $750,000 and $800,000.