Living Vehicle teams up with Volta Power Systems to offer the highest-capacity electric power system available in a residential travel trailer.

The 2021 Living Vehicle sleeps up to four (an automatic eurolift option increases sleeping capacity to six) and features an aluminum chassis.

Luxury travel trailer company Living Vehicle has taken one giant step closer to their goal of a net-zero energy vehicle. The California-based company has partnered with Volta Power Systems to equip the new 2021 Living Vehicle with an automotive-grade energy system that can store up to 47,600 watt-hours of energy for a 3,080-watt-capable solar array—enough to continuously power two air conditioning units off grid and charge an electric vehicle at rates of up to 44 miles per charge.

"To enjoy true off-grid living, access to reliable energy is a necessary and life-sustaining resource for safety, health, and comfort," says Joanna Hofmann, co-founder and CMO of Living Vehicle. "Our customers value the flexibility to avoid RV parks and stay anywhere with all the luxury comforts of shore power."

“To enjoy true off-grid living, access to reliable energy is a necessary and life-sustaining resource for safety, health, and comfort,” says Joanna Hofmann, co-founder and CMO of Living Vehicle. “Our customers value the flexibility to avoid RV parks and stay anywhere with all the luxury comforts of shore power.”

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Living Vehicle founders Joanna and Matthew Hoffman seen standing on the seven-foot-deep patio deck that folds down and sets up from the side of the vehicle in less than a minute.

Living Vehicle founders Joanna and Matthew Hoffman seen standing on the seven-foot-deep patio deck that folds down and sets up from the side of the vehicle in less than a minute.

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Thoughtfully redesigned in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Living Vehicle’s newest models offer increased shore power and resource conservation technology for full-time, luxurious, off-grid living, as well as a mobile office option for remote work.

The 2021 Living Vehicle sleeps up to four (an automatic eurolift option increases sleeping capacity to six) and features an aluminum chassis.

The 2021 Living Vehicle sleeps up to four (an automatic eurolift option increases sleeping capacity to six) and features an aluminum chassis.

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