Vanspeed, a custom van builder based in California offers a well-designed camper layout that boasts a spacious, modern interior despite its compact size. Transforming Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 144 van into an RV, Vanspeed has successfully packed it with amenities required to enjoy van life to the fullest.
Dubbed Evergreen Dream 2, the interior of the campervan is suffused with wooden elements that exhibit cozy rustic vibes, while no major changes have been made to the exterior.
The campervan has a small kitchen and living room, both featuring wood paneling for a classic look. Beginning with the kitchen, it includes a two-burner induction cooktop, refrigerator, and a sink adjacent to the entryway.
The sink has been deliberately placed there as it allows users to utilize the retractable faucet as an outdoor shower. Other than that the kitchen is splashed with wooden countertops and multiple cabinets to store the nitty-gritty items.
There are two extra seats in the front that allow a max of four people to travel in the campervan. If required, the seats can be put out of the way offering more floor space.
The rear is the most important area in any van conversion and Vanspeed has kept space open. It serves as living room area that can be converted into sleeping area with a futon bed system. Additionally, there is lot of built-in storage spaces and also a swivel table that lets you dine or work.
Another important aspect of the campervan is the off-grid capabilities, which makes it ready for long journeys. The campervan has a 170-watt solar panel mounted on the roof and there is a 25-liters freshwater tank that will let you sustain for days.
Vanspeed usually takes 7-9 weeks in completing a van conversion as per desires of the client. Check out their campervan layouts.
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