EarthRoamer are global leaders in Expedition Vehicles, their spectacular campers are in a class of their own and combine off-road and off-grid capabilities with modern, home-like interiors. Their latest model is a mammoth expedition vehicle with a carbon fiber body. The impressive EarthRoamer LTi has a robust body that is produced by bonding two carbon fiber skins to a structural foam core with a vacuum-infusion process. The result is a stronger, stiffer, and lighter camper shell. This impressive beast has a massive Ford F-550 4×4 at its very core, with beefed up suspension, and a a 6.7-liter Powerstroke V8 turbo-diesel engine providing the navigator with 330 hp and 725 lb-fts of torque. It is also equipped with huge 41-inch tires, a cab-to-camper pass-through, and everything from the kitchen sink to a shower. There is also 100-gallon freshwater and 60-gallon gray water tanks, a cellular router, GPS tracking system, tire monitoring system, air-ride suspension, a 11kWh lithium battery bank, four 330W solar panels, an advanced digital control system, and a massive 95 gallons of onboard fuel, providing fully self-contained, luxury off-grid living in a robust overland vehicle. The LTi will be available in five different layouts.