- Living Vehicles has designed the 2020 LV, a customizable luxury aluminum trailer with an interior that looks like an upscale apartment.
- The 2020 LV uses solar energy and has a "perpetually sustainable" energy source.
- The trailer starts at $199,995 and only 25 units will be made.
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Living Vehicles has designed the 2020 LV , a luxury aluminum trailer with an interior that looks like an upscale apartment.
The trailer was designed to be used for "extended off-grid living" and comes with solar panels that can provide 1,200 watts of energy. The battery can store 8,700 kWh of energy.
The luxury 2020 LV includes a fold-down patio, a kitchen designed by chefs, a 10-inch memory foam queen bed, and a rainfall shower underneath a skylight. There are also over 20 custom packages to better fit the buyers' needs, including a stainless steel barbecue for the porch and an off-roading package that increases the ground clearance and optimizes the wheels and tires for rough terrain.
The maker claims the air quality inside the trailer is free from chemicals and volatile organic compounds with the help of an optional air filtration system. The all-aluminum exterior of the trailer was created to be naturally sealed against the elements, which means it doesn't rely on any waterproofing agent.
The trailer can also withstand changing seasons while keeping its occupants comfortable with a conditioned "basement" that has a range from zero to 110 degrees with the 4-Season Extreme Option Package. The company claims the "basement" in the chassis and insulation also keeps tanks, plumbing, and sensitive electronics within the ideal temperature range despite the outside temp.
Living Vehicle will produce 25 examples of the trailer. Keep scrolling to see the $199,995 28-foot luxury trailer:
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