If this summer you’re in the mood for some off-the-grid camping trips, this state-of-the-art self-sustainable luxury trailer is what you need. Designed from the ground up for off-grid camping, the trailer can also produce its own water, making it fully self-sufficient. This extremely sophisticated camper is the work of a California-based company called Living Vehicle which specializes in making self-sustainable luxury travel trailers. The 2023 model was recently introduced by Living Vehicle and it boasts a few industry firsts.
According to its makers, the off-grid camper is aimed at those who wish “to travel far away from campgrounds and overcrowded RV parks.” With a starting price of $340,000, the luxury camper is available in three versions: Core, Max, and Pro. Additionally, Living Vehicle offers a laundry list of options that can be added to the camper via the company’s online configurator.
The 29-foot-long innovative camper runs on solar power. It comes with 1,400W of solar capacity as standard, but Living Vehicle offers an option to further increase its capacity. The Pro version boosts the maximum solar capacity of 3,400W. The energy is stored in a lithium-ion battery pack with a capacity ranging from 14.4 kWh to 57.6 kWh depending on the trailer’s version, along with invertor power ranging from 5 kW to 20 kW. The company from Santa Barbara claims the stored solar energy can power the camper’s air conditioner overnight without any external power input.
The coolest new addition to the 2023 model is its atmospheric water generator. It is made by Israeli startup Watergen and can produce up to 5 gallons of potable water each day by pulling moisture from the air, providing an “endless supply” of potable water.
Thanks to the innovative feature, the luxury camper is claimed to be the first vehicle ever to produce its own drinkable water. The Living Vehicle camper is capable of storing 100 gallons of water and 80 pounds of propane for the kitchen stovetop.
The off-grid camper features all the amenities you’ll find in a small luxury apartment. The trailer comes with a fold-out patio deck, an optional solar awning, a residential-style kitchen, and a queen-sized bedroom suite with a memory-foam bed that folds into the wall to open up space for a mobile office.
The office space has an 80-inch walnut desk and Apple’s Pro Display 32-inch Retina 6K screen, along with a 6-speaker sound system. Furthermore, the trailer has a spa-like bathroom that features a solid walnut shower floor and back panel, a 10-bar towel warmer, an LED mirror with anti-fog technology, and a bidet toilet. Each Living Vehicle camper is custom-built and takes around 10 to 12 months to complete. To know more about it, head over to the company’s website where you can play around with the online configurator.