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Sleeps two, seats up to seven, dependent on kitchen location.  Our take based on a Nissan NV200 combi, a prototype micro camper.

The base vehicle is also marketed as an Evalia - and what UK folk might call a 'retro' Leyland Ashok Stile.

The awning in action in July 2012; click image to animate:

Flip-up camping kitchen; why use up a third of the living area for cooking when it's only used for an hour a day?


We've successfully trialed several bed options - all designed for comfort rather than raw efficiency and to avoid putting a load on folded seat backs. We prefer a sprung bed base beneath the mattress; options include fold-out sprung slats stored behind the rearmost seats.

More developments as they become available