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Introducing The New Living Vehicle 2022 Luxury Travel Trailer Lineup

Published on August 30th, 2021 by Natalie Henley

back of Living Vehicle luxury travel trailer
Courtesy of Living Vehicle

Introducing The New Living Vehicle 2022 Luxury Travel Trailer Lineup

The brains behind Living Vehicle travel trailers continue to conjure up new and innovative ways to combine luxury and off-grid experiences.

Their new 2022 luxury travel trailer lineup not only upholds the swanky, upscale aesthetics of a high-end condo. In addition, owners can go further off-grid for longer periods with its even more souped-up power system.

“Our new 2022 Living Vehicle builds on the success of our past models,” co-founder Matthew Hofmann said, “while enabling owners to travel even further and live truly sustainably along the way.”

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The 2022 models consist of the entry-level Core, the mid-range Max, and the ultra-high-end Pro and Pro-EV. While the new lineup’s general construction and interior features appear to mirror the 2021 models, the energy capacities have improved immensely.

The energy package

The 2022 Living Vehicle base model alone offers more than twice the power of the 2021 model. The solar system has been upgraded with each model, and there is additional energy storage and inverter power.

The energy package for the four luxury travel trailer models are as follows:

Core – 1,320 watts solar, 14.4 KWh energy capacity, 5 kW hybrid inverter
Max – 2,640 watts solar, 28.8 KWh energy capacity, 10 kW hybrid inverter
Pro – 3,080 watts solar, 43.2 KWh energy capacity, 15 kW hybrid inverter
Pro-EV – 3,520 watts solar, 57.6 KWh energy capacity, 20 kW hybrid inverter

Living Vehicle trailers have two additional backup power sources for those cloudy days: a generator and shore power.

To give you some perspective on these numbers, the Core can run its A/C system all day using the power generated in real-time from the solar panels. In addition, it is possible to run the A/C for up to 6 hours into the night using the energy pack.

According to Living Vehicle’s website, these resources are not only a lifeline for the travel trailer system, but they can be used to power other accompanying necessities.

“Every Living Vehicle® has the capability to charge companion Electric Vehicles with Level 1 Charging-standard.” In addition, the Pro-EV has Level 2 EV Charging capabilities. The passage goes on to read, “As we await the pending arrival of Electric Tow Vehicles (ETVs), like the Tesla Cybertruck®, you can bet, we’ll be ready.”

Living Vehicle

General specifications

  • Fully off-grid-capable, four-season design
  • Solid aluminum shell
  • 6’8″ interior ceiling height
  • 16,000-18,000lb. GVWR
  • 4,000lb.(Core/Max/Pro) – 4,300 lb. (PRO-EV) cargo-carrying capacity
  • 8′ sliding glass door and a self-supporting deck rated at 1,500 pounds.
  • 100 gals fresh water tank, 62 gals gray water tank, 45 gals black water tank
  • 80 lbs. propane

Interior features

  • 232 square feet of interior space, including 15% more bedroom and living space.
  • Sleeps up to 6 with the option of an automatic raise and drop loft bed, otherwise sleeps up to 4.
  • Kitchen features: A removable cooking island, propane stove, microwave, and a 13-cubic-foot, 12-volt refrigerator.
  • Bedroom features: A memory foam queen bed with an option to upgrade to a fold-up bed that converts to a desk and office space.
  • Spa-style bathroom with rainfall showerhead.

There are 20 customizable add-on packages to upgrade your power, ride, technology, and living space. Options include a solar awning, off-road all-terrain commercial-grade tires, an HD 4-point, factory-installed auto-leveling system, a home theater with surround sound, electric bidet toilet, and heated towel racks.

interior view of Living Vehicle luxury travel trailer bedroom with queen bed, closet and washer/dryer
Courtesy of Living Vehicle

How much do they cost?

The 2022 Living Vehicle models start at $250,000 and can top out at $500,000 with add-ons. Folks are already scrambling to get their hands on one of these powerhouses-on-wheels. All travel trailers are custom manufactured and have a completion time of 10- to 12-months.

Get a closer look

While Living Vehicle has yet to post a video of the 2022 lineup, folks can visit the website Gallery and browse interior and exterior photos as well as videos of the 2021 series. The following clip highlights the many excellent features that truly emulate Living Vehicle’s slogan, “Luxury Unplugged.”

Join the discussion on RV forums

Interested in getting other perspectives on high-end, luxury RVs like the Living Vehicle Travel Trailer? Head on over to iRV2 and join a community of like-minded travelers ready to share stories about life on the road, thoughts about the latest RV industry news and products, helpful tips and tricks, and insight into all things RVing.

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5 thoughts on “Introducing The New Living Vehicle 2022 Luxury Travel Trailer Lineup”

  1. Bonjour
    Magnifique caravane Très bien conçu est très haut-de-gamme mais je crois que vous ne l’importer pas en France ou pas encore, peut-être cherchez-vous à l importer.

    Bien cordialement
    Thierry Piveron

  2. We have a 27ft TT 80 Fresh, 50 Black, and 45 Grey. 1480W of panels, 1088 Lithium battery, residential fridge and 12K mini split air. We run our air all day when needed (95 plus in Idaho). We paid $47K for the rig, $6200 for solar/batteries, $1068 for the mini split (including install), and $2500 for solar framing/mini split platform and hanger. We use a Wave heater for heat. Total:$56,800 roughly. We stay out boondocking for 20 days at a time and have been using the same 30lbs propane bottle since Mid April and still have 11% as of this writing. REAL numbers for Real people. This is way too expensive in my opinion.

  3. These need to be REAL PEOPLE affordable. That price is WAY to high. I have a 36ft Tiffin with 490 Watts of solar and 200 amp Lithium and we can boondock 7 to 9 days on the black/grey/fresh. We paid $75,000. Let’s get REAL prices for REAL people.

  4. Too expensive for what your getting . We own a LUXE RV that we put in full solar – its 43 feet ! 24,000 lbs its a house on wheels . We paid 180,000 for it .


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