- LTi by EarthRoamer is a small carbon fiber wheeled house built on a four-wheel drive Ford F-550 chassis.
- The camper starts at $ 590,000 but can go up to $ 700,000 depending on the different options.
- It can accommodate up to six people and can accommodate up to four, and it also has a bathroom with shower and toilet.
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EarthRoamer LTi is a small luxury carbon fiber home that costs up to $ 700,000 and is built on a four-wheel drive Ford F-550 chassis.
The LTi has details from EarthRoamer’s LTS and HD builds, which are both campers also built on a Ford. However, unlike the other two models, the LTi body was vacuum-infused with carbon fiber. Its manufacturer claims that this makes the vehicle “lighter and stronger” and allows the LTi to be more than 1,000 pounds lighter than the LTS.
The monocoque carbon fiber body is not the only light but resistant part of the tiny house on wheels: the front and rear bumpers are made of aluminum, which give the same “resistant but light” qualities.
There are five different floor plans that influence all the various aspects of the interior, including the size of the kitchen, the storage options and the number of people who can sit and sleep inside the LTi. It also includes a bathroom with shower and toilet.
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