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This $1.7 Million Off-Road Camper Van Built On A Ford F-750 Can Sleep 6 People

The interior is impressive!

If traveling in style is one of your New Year’s resolutions, you’re going to want to check out these rugged-yet-luxurious RVs. Think: sleek, long countertops in a full kitchen, the great outdoors just beyond your doorstep, and a rain water shower to rinse off in when you return from your adventures.

Road-tripping isn’t usually so glam — especially off-road road-tripping. Nor is it so expensive: This dreamy vehicle, the EarthRoamer XV-HD, starts at $1.7 million.

Hey, travel inspiration is always welcome, even the unattainable kind!

The XV-HD is built on a four-wheel drive Ford F-750 chassis and sleeps six people. Just look at this RV eye candy on EarthRoamer’s Instagram. Can you imagine taking your next family camping trip in this?

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EarthRoamer is known for its luxury four-wheel drive campers and trucks that bring style and top-of-the-line features to the interior. The company has created a range of luxury expedition vehicles, and though they’re not all as expensive as the XV-HD, they aren’t exactly cheap: for example, the XV-LTS starts at $438,000, according to Curbed.

The XV-HD, though, is extra luxe. This kitchen sure beats busting out your camping stove on a picnic bench.

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The XV-HD is custom-made to fit the individual’s needs. However, each one has a diesel turbo engine, a vacuum-infused, molded-composite camper body and massive fuel and water tanks for long-range trips: The XV-HD can hold 115 gallons of diesel and 250 gallons of fresh water.

The vehicle also has a solar array for 2,100 watts of solar power and has a 20,000 watt hour battery bank.

Inside the vehicle, there is a king-size mattress in a lofted bedroom (the steps that lead up to it have drawers for extra storage) and a dining room that can convert to more sleeping quarters for additional guests.

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In the spacious kitchen, there is a three-burner induction cooktop, Bosch microwave/convection oven, fridge, a washer/dryer and a large counter with a stainless steel sink. And there’s plenty of comfortable seating.

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Cozy! All of this, plus in-floor radiant heat and the full-size shower, remove all of the roughing it from camping, no matter where you’ve parked the RV.

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But if you’re not the customer for this top-of-the-line vehicle, you can try adding a tent like iKamper’s rooftop tent to the top of your car.

Or you can always go old school and take your tent outside!

This story originally appeared on Simplemost.