This German interpretation of the ultimate camper wan is ready for your exploration or adventuring excursions.
With the camper van movement in full swing, Germany-based conversion shop Kompanja saw it fit to create an adventure van that it says fuses beauty with practicality.
The Kompanja is noteworthy in that, unlike most other camper vans that use a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter wan as their base, it is built around the notably smaller Renault Trafic 3 van. Presumably, this should make it less unwieldy to maneuver in tighter spaces, especially in more urban areas.
However, just because it’s smaller doesn’t mean it’s lacking in space, amenities and power. A DCi 125 horsepower Energy EU6 diesel engine is standard, and the 1.28 x 2 m interior offers plenty of room to keep you comfortable.
It comes equipped with a bed space, a full kitchen, and a pop-up roof with a built-in projector system, allowing you to watch your favorite movies wherever in the world you might be.
Other amenities include a table situated between the front seats — they swivel — and the first row of rear seats, as well as black-out curtains.
Adding to its versatility, the Kompanja camper can also be outfitted with seats for up to six people or stripped of its essentials to create a cargo van.
You will not be found wanting with this well-appointed German companion. Check it out, and share your thoughts in the comments below.