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Thread: New Photos of the Earthroamer XV-HD ahead of SEMA

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    Default New Photos of the Earthroamer XV-HD ahead of SEMA

    Some pictures from ER's instagram story over the last day. They're not showing much, but will awesome to see more in preparation of their unveil in SEMA.

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    While I'm sure this will be cool, the $1.5 million cost for this is ludicrous. This coming from a person who owns an XV-LT Earthroamer. This thing better be made of solid gold. Curious to see it.

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    $1.5M price range brings in a ton of competition with worldwide capability. At that price you can buy almost anything you want... no offense to Earthroamer but I cant imagine someone with that money to spend buying one of these on a Ford chassis when other options are out there (Blissmobil, Unicat, GXV, etc.).

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    New Video (can't download ATM) shows that the XV-HD houses a Washer/Dryer Combo as an option.

    It's a sizeable price jump from a base model XV-LT, but I think they can reach that from a particular market base that wants a familiarity of a vehicle they're used to (Super Duty) and the kind of 'no compromises' interiors and ease of usability that the ER's offer.
    Quote Originally Posted by Keyne View Post
    $1.5M price range brings in a ton of competition with worldwide capability. At that price you can buy almost anything you want... no offense to Earthroamer but I cant imagine someone with that money to spend buying one of these on a Ford chassis when other options are out there (Blissmobil, Unicat, GXV, etc.).
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    $1.5 million and still using the ****ty dometic windows? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Victorian View Post
    $1.5 million and still using the ****ty dometic windows? LOL
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    Strike me flamin pink....1.5 mil....
    Bit rich for me.....
    I think l will stick to the old 80 series and me swag ...
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    What motor is in this truck? Is it the light duty Ford "scorpion" 6.7 liter? If that is the case it seems like a poor choice in chassis.

    Still can't believe they went with those Dometic windows either.
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