Living Vehicle has launched the HD24 model trailer which brings all the capability and features of its flagship HD30 series but compresses it into a smaller, easier to move, and cheaper package.
the HD24 uses a 72 kWh energy system and fully solar paneled roof to run high-end appliances, air conditioning, and a range of electronics that lets it comfortably exist away from RV hookups but without compromising on the living experience. The interior of the trailer can remain comfortable in a range of environments from as low as -4 degrees to 120 degrees Fahrenheit thanks to what it describes as an industry-first, dual-zone inverter mini-split HVAC system.
The company compares living in the HD24 to what it would be like to live in a high-end yacht and is ideal for those who want to embark on multi-week trips to ranches, undeveloped private land, remote fly-fishing trips, or is just for those who want the solitude of nature without giving up the comforts of life in civilization.
The interior of the HD24 can be customized with multiple options such as a king bedroom suite or the Creative Studio that makes the HD30 such an appealing option to photographers and other creative professionals.
The HD24 can create up to five gallons of purified water daily with the groundbreaking Water-From-Air technology, extracting humidity from the air. It is the same system that was showcased in the Living Vehicle HD earlier this year.
“The Living Vehicle is more than just a travel trailer; it’s a 5-star mobile escape. With a range of trim levels and a wealth of customization options, it offers a travel experience like no other. High-end design meets unparalleled quality, ensuring that each journey is as memorable as the destinations,” the company says.
The HD24 features a gear closet that can double as a workspace and is sized to comfortably fit two people who want a smaller unit but want to likewise maximize the amount of equipment they can travel with.
“The HD series now offers a suite of models that reimagines off-grid living. More than just trailers, they represent an elevated way of experiencing the world: a blend of raw nature and unmatched luxury, all without tethering you to civilization,” Joanna Hofmann, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Living Vehicle, says.
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