EarthCruiser is known for making spectacular overlanding vehicles that take the lap of luxury and convenient living off the beaten path and wherever your adventures may take you. It has just announced the launch of its latest model, the Evado. This is the next evolution of the EarthCruiser family of overland vehicles and will be constructed on the familiar Ford Transit and Mercedes-Benz Springer AWD chassis. The Evado introduces an accessible yet fully capable option built on the same globally proven, purpose-built principles as their EXP, FX, and Terranova models.
New EarthCruiser Evado: Details
It’s pretty clear that overlanding vans are popular, given the massive amount of them that show up once the weather warms up. To ensure the Evado stands out from the competition, EarthCruiser has adapted its industry-leading molded-fiberglass insulated house construction, kinetic mounting technology, and purpose-built design ethos to this vehicle’s design. The result is an extremely capable, durable, and functional expedition van.
Like all EarthCruiser models, the Evado aims to be built for longevity. The overlanding van benefits from the same composite construction and signature build quality as every EarthCruiser product. It also introduced a few innovative features new to the EarthCruiser line. An optional interior storage compartment can hold two bicycles, and a standard stand-up pass-through allows for ease of movement between the cab and the house.
If you want to add some customization to the EarthCruiser Evado, you can do so with customization packages that feature top-of-the-line aftermarket accessories and add-ons. From light bars to microwaves to extended power storage, the options are vast and designed to integrate seamlessly, allowing customers to tailor their vehicles to their lifestyles. As for pricing, that’s still TBD, but you can inquire with EarthCruiser, and reserve one now.
Ever busy in the booming off-road space, EarthCruiser is also collaborating with GMC on an overlanding Hummer EV project, which is set to debut this year. The company also recently introduced the Terranova, pictured below, which is an overlanding truck based on either the Ford Super Duty or Ram HD to slot below its Mitsubishi Fuso-based flagship.