Living Vehicle, a California-based company, has launched a new trailer called the HD-Pro, which aims to appeal to a different type of customer than typical camping trailers camping trailers. The HD-Pro is designed to be an off-grid homestead, with a large 72-kWh lithium-ion battery bank and an expandable solar charging system to power the trailer’s residential-style amenities. This makes it possible for occupants to stay off the grid for extended periods of time. The HD-Pro also features a convertible work studio/bedroom and an atmospheric water generator, among other updates. The flagship model is a 30-foot (9.1-m) triple-axle trailer, which provides added stability on the road. Overall, the HD-Pro is designed for those who want to live sustainably and self-sufficiently, while still enjoying the comforts of a modern home.
The Living Vehicle company has been pushing the boundaries of what a camping trailer can be since its launch in 2017. While many camping trailers are designed primarily for short-term recreational use, Living Vehicle has always had a different target audience in mind. The company’s trailers are designed to be more like micro-homes, with all the amenities and comforts of a traditional home, but on wheels.
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The new 4-season HD-Pro model represents a major step forward for Living Vehicle. With a large 72-kWh lithium-ion battery bank and an expandable solar charging system, the trailer is designed to be completely off-grid capable. This means that occupants can enjoy extended periods of time off the grid, even in remote locations where access to traditional utilities may be limited.
One of the standout features of the HD-Pro is its triple-axle design, which provides added stability on the road. This makes it possible to take the trailer off the beaten path and into more rugged terrain. And while the trailer is designed to be off-grid capable, it still offers all the modern amenities that coastal Californians demand, no matter where they are. This includes a convertible work studio/bedroom, an atmospheric water generator, and up to 58 kWh of battery capacity.
Overall, the HD-Pro represents a major leap forward for Living Vehicle, as the company continues to push the boundaries of what a camping trailer can be. By offering a fully off-grid capable micro-home on wheels, the HD-Pro is designed for those who want to live sustainably and self-sufficiently, without sacrificing the comforts of a modern home.