Is Living Vehicle's 2024 Travel Trailer Lineup the Best There Is? Maybe, and So Much More
For the past few years, we've seen a different kind of RV appear on the scene. I'm talking about all-electric machines. In particular, Living Vehicle and their complete on-road lifestyle solutions. Well, they just unveiled their 2024 lineup, and it's, it's, it's... I have no words, and as a writer, that's a problem.
Check out this 100% electric travel trailer that packs more solar power than most homes
The new 2024 Living Vehicle HD is the perfect solution for those looking to explore the outer limits of what nature has to offer. The Living Vehicle HD takes off-grid adventuring to the next level, featuring the most solar power ever installed on an electric travel trailer and a unique water regeneration system that can create its own water supply.
The Living Vehicle 2024 HD-PRO travel trailer is a more substantial, long-term living space for off-grid explorers to choose as a way to comfortable spend extended periods from any location. The trailer is constructed with an aluminum shell and steel-reinforced chassis for enhanced durability, while the interior features several windows and skylights to maximize natural light and airflow. Rigid closed-cell foam insulation prioritizes all-season comfort, while more than 150-square-feet of interior living space supports couples or small families alike.
Living Vehicle in the Press
"This Solar-Powered Camper Will Let You Get off the Grid in Luxury - From the scorching Mojave Desert to the icy hills of Alaska, no destination is off-limits."
"Engineered to be the highest-end luxury trailer available."
"Living Vehicle is an ideal option for mobile living."
"Living Vehicle offers customers the chance to experience the thrill of the wild without sacrificing the comforts of home."
LV Energy Calculator
Select the desired equipment to estimate the off-grid run time and compare Living Vehicle models. Solar power is based on an average of 5 hours of full sun per day.
*Calculations are estimates based on average appliance usage and best practices in extending stored energy. Assumptions include 90-deg F continuous temperature, washer/dishwasher use spread throughout the week, and very high GHI solar conditions (https://www.nrel.gov/gis/solar.html). This calculator is intended as a helpful resource to understand the impact of appliance use and solar charging on runtimes only. These calculations are not a guarantee of performance of our energy system as there are too many variables in usage of the system and weather/environmental conditions to predict or assure any results.