A First Look At The New EarthRoamer LTi Expedition Vehicle


EarthRoamer, a popular manufacturer of rugged expedition vehicles, has recently revealed the newest build in their lineup: the EarthRoamer LTi, with an impressive list of groundbreaking new features.

The latest model combines the best qualities of their two previous staples: the LTS and the HD, while also introducing new concepts that have never been seen before in off-road adventure vehicles. The most notable upgrade to the LTi is the vacuum-infused carbon fiber camper body which is both lighter and stronger than most traditional RVs and camper bodies.

EarthRoamer LTi. All photos via website
The LTi features a lighter, stronger camper body

Carbon-fiber bodies, which have been utilized in advanced spacecraft, military aircraft, exotic sports cars, high-end yachts, bikes, and sporting equipment, are produced using a Vacuum Infusion Process (VIP) to create and bond two carbon fiber skins to a structural foam core. This process required a large investment from EarthRoamer to obtain molds, highly skilled composite technicians, and expensive materials but is well worth the cost for a lighter, stronger camper body that is built to last.

The LTi comes built on a Ford F-550 chassis with four-wheel drive and an increased interior height. Like their previous models, the new EarthRoamer LTi is ready to handle any terrain you take it on. The four-season, all-weather camper runs on a 6.7L turbo diesel engine and is entirely self-sufficient with no propane or noisy generator needed.

The robust LTi has a range of new features including an increased water capacity, a redesigned hot water system, and multi-color interior lighting. Side bunk windows and frameless, flush-mount glass windows are new to the LTi design as well.

Going off-grid is simple with the LTi’s massive rooftop solar power system, which produces 1320 watts of solar power, and its upgraded 11,000 watt-hour lithium-ion battery bank. It also sports a 100-gallon fresh water tank, 40-gallon gray water tank, and holds up to 95 gallons of diesel.

The new EarthRoamer LTi is available in five floorplans, which vary in seating room and storage space.

The options include:

  • The Telluride: This layout provides the greatest amount of seating with the longest sofas, a small pantry, and a short galley. It seats up to 6 people and sleeps up to 4.
  • The Boulder: This option maximizes the amount of food storage available with a large pantry, medium galley, and matching length medium sofas on the driver and passenger side of the camper. It sleeps and seats up to 4 people.
  • The Breckenridge: Their most popular floorplan features a dinette booth with a dedicated work and eating space on the driver side. The dinette can convert to a 6′ bed. The passenger side has the same medium galley and sofa as the Boulder layout. Sleeps and seats up to 4 people.
  • The Aspen: This floorplan maximizes the kitchen and counter space with the longest galley and additional galley storage on the passenger side. The driver side features the same dinette booth as the Breckenridge floor plan. It sleeps and seats up to 3 people.
  • The Crestone: This layout has the same amount of kitchen and counter space as The Aspen, as well as the additional galley storage on the passenger side. The driver side features a medium-length sofa and a large pantry. The Crestone sleeps and seats up to 3 people.

EarthRoamer, who has been manufacturing expedition vehicles since 1998, is not only well known for building heavy-duty campers that you can take off-road but also for their luxurious interiors with high-end features made from quality materials.

They build all of their campers in house at their facility in Dacono, Colorado, which allows them better quality control to ensure each camper is built to match their high standards. Because they custom build each one of their models, EarthRoamer has about a 5-month waitlist from the initial time of order.

According to their website, the base price for their innovative new LTi is $500k, but a well-equipped LTi runs about $650-700K. You can learn more on their website EarthRoamer.com/LTi-2/.

Get the full interior walk-through in their recent video below.

See also: A Behind-The-Scenes Look At EarthRoamer’s Off-Road Vehicles

Nikki Cleveland

Nikki is a writer and editor for Do It Yourself RV, RV LIFE, and Camper Report. She is based on the Oregon Coast and has traveled all over the Pacific Northwest.

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