When Bill Swails couldn't find the parts he needed to turn his Dodge Ram into the ultimate expedition vehicle, he started building his own. In 2003, Earthroamer build its first production vehicle, and over 250 units later, they're moving into a new era with the LTi. The LTi is Earthroamer's first model to use a carbon fiber monocoque camper body, in this case built on a Ford F550 Crew Cab. The body uses an inner and outer carbon fiber shell attached to a structural foam core, increasing strength while drastically reducing weight by over 1,000 pounds — meaning increased payload and economy, especially important when you're in the backcountry and there isn't exactly a gas station every block. The LTi also features an improved electrical system with 300-watt solar panels and an 11kWh lithium-ion battery, along with amenities like an HVAC system, bathroom, kitchen, and enough options to customize one perfectly to your liking.