Would You Wheel the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP?
Your whole family and a few friends fit inside this dreamy off-road machine.
Maybe traveling by air isn't your first choice for how to get the family to the next adventure destination—so how about a four-wheel-drive 2020 EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP?
The EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP increases the seating capacity of the company's already extraordinary vehicle with two pair of Scheel-Mann captain chairs, giving four occupants a place to sit, in comfort. You'll also notice the approach and departure angles are commendable considering the size of the vehicle; they'll enable travel over severely degraded terrain.
EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP Facts:
- 0L V-8, Allison 6-spd auto trans, Hero 2 T-case, Dynatrac ProRock 80 axles
- Fuso chassis with 168.5-in wheelbase
- 60-gal gasoline capacity
- 5-gal fresh water capacity
- Luxury interior amenities
Inside the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP
Think of the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP as a fully loaded luxury RV that can handle the rocky climb across a mountain pass or the sloppy logging road that separates you and your family from the most picturesque camping location. With 77.25 inches of head room and 87.7 square feet of space inside, upright tasks are no sweat. Bathroom accommodations include a full-height shower and a composting toilet, and the galley includes a 12-volt refrigerator/freezer, coffee bar, induction cooktop, a stainless-steel sink
EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP Amenities
The EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP features an optional sky bed (the bread and butter of the EXP variant) which increases sleeping space. Lithium batteries onboard the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP provide 400 amp-hours of storage and can be upgraded to 800 amp-hours. Three 108-watt Sunflare panels, the Mastervolt DC/DC 50-amp alternator charger, and a 3,000-watt Mastervolt inverter/charger all keep the battery system topped off. The interior is stocked with 12-volt, AC, and USB power options to keep gadgets charged while command panels keep users informed of the EarthCruiser's vitals. LED lighting is used throughout from interior and exterior task lights, side-facing floodlights, motion-sensitive entrance lights, and VisionX high-intensity off-road lights.
Why the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP?
You're buying the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP to get you and yours well off the beaten path. Need a base camp for a mountain biking weekend? Check. Multi-week transcontinental expedition? Good to go. Skiing remote peaks in the dead of winter? EarthCrusier has systems to keep adventures kindled even in the cold. Customizable options include a rear-mounted Warn winch, an additional tire carrier, sound-deadening materials, upgraded lighting packages, forward-facing cameras, and more.
How Much Does the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP Cost?
Prices for the EXP model are said to begin at $370,000 and increase with customization. For more on the EarthCruiser Dual Cab EXP, visit the company's website HERE.