Are you ready to commit to being a full-time nomad? Achieving this lifestyle is certainly a challenge, but it’s made easier with a travel trailer—especially the kind that prizes innovation and sustainability so that you don't need to be on the grid (unless you want to be, of course). Living Vehicle is a travel trailer company that makes it possible to be a nomad without sacrificing comfort or style. They’ve recently introduced a new version of their signature design called the 2020 series. It’s a 100% aluminum structure that boasts being a net-zero vessel, meaning “no energy in, no waste out.”
So, how does Living Vehicle make net-zero possible? Their latest design operates on an automotive-grade lithium battery and 200% more solar power than the previous model. The extra energy allows for comforts like the use of an air conditioning unit, a microwave, and central vacuum system.
The trailer is the size of a tiny home—measuring 220 square feet—that’s capable of sleeping four to six people. Clad in neutral tones, it has a master bedroom with a queen-size mattress and skylight. Beyond the sleeping quarters, there is a dining/lounge area (that could double as a place to sleep) and an all-electric solar kitchen with a refrigerator, dishwasher, and an optional three-burner oven and cooktop. The bathroom has a rainfall shower, toilet, and a skylight to add some airiness to the enclosed space.
The sleek home has an exterior with extensive glazing and solar panels, in addition to a feature that any outdoorsy person is sure to love—a platform deck. Rated for 1,500 pounds, it can be a place for barbecuing and beyond. Coupled with the 2020 series' other features, even your most tiny home-adverse friends will want to spend the night at your place.