IT mightn’t be the kind of vehicle you’ll typically find on these pages, but Nissan has unveiled two camper vans decked out with quality kit.
The NV300 Camper and e-NV200 Camper (a zero emissions variant), unveiled at the Madrid Motor Show in Spain, are completely self-contained vans that have been modified from standard to help punters escape the concrete jungle.
That jungle, however, must be in Spain, as they’re built for the Spanish market only. Still, they’re a pretty cool set-up that could spark an idea or two for Aussie travellers with a similar set-up in mind.
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The kitchen features a fridge, a sink as well as water and gas installations; plus there’s a kitchen table big enough to seat four people.
When the sun sets the campers can be converted into bedrooms with window shades and heating, and the NV300 has the capacity for a second double bed in the raised ceiling – the elevating roof also allows up to four people to easily stand up in comfort.
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“The new Nissan Camper range will allow the most adventurous to have a balcony with views of the most incredible places in the world and enjoy the essence of traveling with family or friends,” Francesc Corberó, communication director of Nissan Iberia, said.