The recently released 2022 Living Vehicle (LV) luxury travel trailer includes a new energy system, upgraded solar system and additional energy storage and inverter power.
The 2022 model lineup consists of the entry-level Core, with a starting price listed at $249,995, the mid-range Max, and ultra-high-end Pro. A Pro-EV model debuting in 2022 features even more solar, energy capacity and power.
The four models are differentiated according to their energy capabilities:
- Core – 1,320 watts solar, 14.4 kwh energy capacity, 5 kw hybrid inverter
- Max – 2,640 watts solar, 28.8 kwh energy capacity, 10 kw hybrid inverter
- Pro – 3,080 watts solar, 43.2 kwh energy capacity, 15 kw hybrid inverter
- Pro-EV – 3,520 watts solar, 57.6 kwh energy capacity, 20 kw hybrid inverter
“Our new 2022 Living Vehicle builds on the success of our past models,” co-founder Matthew Hofmann said, “while enabling owners to travel even further and live truly sustainably along the way.”
Travel trailers feature 232 square feet of interior space. Kitchens include a removable cooking island, European-style marine three-burner oven and a 13-cubic-foot, 12-volt refrigerator. Bedrooms feature a fold-up bed to convert to a desk and office space. Bathrooms include a 32-inch by 36-inch showed with rainfall showerhead.
Models include an 8-foot sliding glass door and a self-supporting deck rated at 1,500 pounds.
Living Vehicle travel trailers include upgraded SunPower solar panels, additional energy storage and inverter power. In addition, the RV includes 100 gallons of freshwater, 80 pounds of propane and a compost toilet the company said redesigned the wastewater management system.
The existing LV black water tank is converted to a secondary gray-water tank, which the company said nearly doubles the standard gray water tank system capacity.