The solar-powered 2024 Living Vehicle HD trailer arrives in multiple variants
In development for the past three years, the 2024 Living Vehicle HD trailer has been introduced. As part of a lineup consisting of two separate aluminum-chassis models offered in three different trims, these trailers feature a renewable electrical system that can provide more solar power than your average home.
The power source of the 2024 Living Vehicle HD trailer is a 4.4kW dual-solar awning on the roof. The trailer stores all that energy in up to 72kWh of storage and 18kW of inverter power, which powers all of the onboard electrical equipment.
This is all done by the technology behind Watergen, which produces five gallons of potable water each day by drawing humidity from the air. The 24k BTU battery-powered mini-split HVAC can keep passengers warm even in sub degree temperatures. It can also keep them cool in temperatures up to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The new Pro model features a wall-to-wall solar capacity of up to 6kW, which can power all of the vehicle’s appliances.
On the exterior, the 2024 Living Vehicle HD trailer includes a durable frame and an aluminum shell with steel reinforced load points. The interior is filled with windows and skylights, with hints of black wood. The trailer may be configured in a variety of ways, including with a removable kitchen island and a drop-down guest bed. Comfortably housing up to eight passengers, the HD has both queen and king sized suites that hold 150 square feet of storage.
Now available for pre-order through Living Vehicle, prices vary from $459,995 for the Core model to $639,995 for the most expensive variant.