Forget caravans – THIS £1m luxury camper van is on everyone’s Christmas list

Forget caravans – THIS £1m luxury camper van is on everyone’s Christmas list

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EarthRoamer / SWNS.comLuxury camper van: Would you buy it for £1m?

The EarthRoamer XV-HD model, released this week, sets a new standard for motorhomes.


Costing around 15 times as much as a basic motor home model with its £1.13m price tag, the camper van more than makes up for its cost with luxury fittings.


It has everything from heated floors and wood panelling to a U-shaped leather sofa which wraps around one end of the van.


At eight foot wide and 35 foot long, it comfortably accommodates six people. 


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Cooks will love this camping van's kitchen facilities

Cooking fans will love the kitchen, which contains up to date appliances including a Bosch microwave and oven and an induction hob.


The bathroom is fitted with a Bose surround system and a separate shower.


There is also a spacious king size bed on the upper deck. 


Viewed from the outside, the camper van towers at 13.5 foot high atop 46 inch tyres.


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The one of a kind vehicle is produced by expedition vehicle makers EarthRoamer, a company based in Colorado.


In a press release, president and COO of EarthRoamer Tyler Tatro describes the new model as “our most innovative product yet.”


“It utilizes state-of-the-art construction and systems to bring comfort and functionality to the next level.”


The new model features 115 gallons of diesel fuel capacity, making it suitable for long-haul journeys.





With the motorhome industry worth £500m in the UK now, we may soon see a rise in such luxury camper vehicles.


The rise of the motorhome also taps into a new British trend for staycations. 


Popular outdoor staycation sites include Brecon Beacons and Beddgelert in Wales and Bells of Hemscott in Northumberland.


There’s also New Forest National Park in South England, which hosts everything from caravans to cabins and traditional tent pitches.


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