There is Now a Solar-Powered Expanding Camper That You Can Drive Anywhere

Jon Capistrano
Jon Capistrano
August 28, 2017

The EarthCruiser EXP is a fully renewable camper. It includes a two-panel solar array which powers the solar battery for use for up to 10 days as reported by Inhabitat.

Whether the vehicle is used for a weekend outdoor trip or a permanent off-the-grid home, the EarthCruiser EXP can provide the best in comfort and reliability. The expanding roof makes it fairly spacious.

The EarthCrusier EXP other features include:

  • Expandable rooftop for 24 inches of extra room.
  • The extended roof is surrounded by windows providing natural light inside.
  • Two-panel solar array installed on the roof to provide electricity.
  • The solar-powered battery can be used for 10 days. An alarm will sound when the battery’s energy level is below 50%.
  • The truck is installed with an advanced water purification system.
  • The truck’s body is made up of lightweight yet strong fiberglass providing good insulation.

Click here to read the full story on Inhabitat

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