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Debuted at the CMT show that wrapped up on in Stuttgart, Germany, the Michelangelo strikes a design balance between modular camper vans/everyday drivers like the ModVans CV1 and full-time camper vans with permanently installed camping hardware. The rails in the Michelangelo's oak-look floor allow owners to mount up to four rear seats next to the permanent kitchen and wardrobe. Because the rear seats are mounted individually, the owner can mix and match them to create just the right layout of seats and cargo space. For instance, in addition to a passenger-hauling six-seater, the Michelangelo can become a two-seater with empty cargo area, a four-seater with smaller cargo area, and a four-seater with two rear seats mounted on one side to clear space for long items like surfboards. At camp, the front seats swivel around and the removable table secures to the kitchen unit to create a dining area. The stove lid flips up to reveal two burners and a separate lid swings back to uncover the sink. The kitchen block also has a 31-liter compressor fridge and storage for pots, pans and other cookware. The wardrobe behind the kitchen block stores clothes and other essentials. The Michelangelo sleeps four people with a combination of pop-up roof bed and elevated cabin bed that sets up over top the rear seats. The removable cabin mattress measures 6.6 x 4.1 feet (2 x 1.25 m), the roof mattress slightly wider at 6.6 x 4.4 feet (2 x 1.35 m). An Eberspächer heater warms the cabin when temperatures take a turn south of comfy. The Michelangelo's plumbing system includes a 27-liter fresh water tank, 25-liter waste water tank and 12V pump. A 95-Ah battery powers electrical equipment. The NV300 lurking below the Michelangelo package is driven by a 143-hp 1.6-liter twin-turbo diesel engine. It includes a 7-in touchscreen infotainment navigation system, air conditioning and 17-in wheels.
2018 Nissan NV300 and e-NV200 Camper Vans presented at the Madrid Motor Show is now available for order...
How to convert a van into a camper/ video production studio. I hope this step by step video is useful to many of you. Time stamps bellow: 0:43 Windows 2:27 Bulkhead 2:57 / 28:26 Floor 3:27 Wires 3:58 Roof ventilation 6:17 Insulation 8:43 Ceiling 9:45 / 29:20 Ikea LEDs 10:06 Pallet wood walls 10:47 Bed Frame / 18:36 & 29:57 Sliding bed 13:38 Kitchen 17:04 / 21:12 Carpeting 17:57 / 21:33 / 28:00 Painting 20:06 Back doors / 26:32 Side door 25:05 Charging station 30:29 LED strips 32:44 Wooden deck 34:23 Solar panels 35:19 Plastics and van polish – Music by Joakim Karud http://youtube.com/joakimkarud – The Emerging Alternatives van is what makes filming on the road possible. It both severs as a mobile studio and a tiny living space. Its color quickly gave it the stage name" Red". It's mostly made of reclaimed wood and was originally inspired by the typical Norwegian Rorbu (small wooden cabin used by fishermen). The wooden deck on top of the van is made in the Japanese way of preserving wood with fire called Shou Sugi Ban (charred wood). There are two 100W solar panels on the roof making it a good off grid camper and providing enough electricity to power the cameras and laptop required for the making of the videos. I decided to share the van conversion with the community hoping it will inspire potential van-builders and travelers. This video is as descriptive as I could make it without boring everybody to death. Do leave a comment with your questions if you have some. I'll do my best to answer them. If there are a lot of the same questions coming up, i'll do a Q&A. This is a 100% DIY van. It was a long process and I didn't really know what to expect. I often had to change ideas, adapt and find solutions to problems I could not have thought about before the start. I was already pretty good with my hands and enjoyed building things, but this van build was definitely a first. There will be some more van life videos coming up on the channel, a van tour and extra little van build videos if there are frequent questions coming up, but the channel won't be focused only on that subject. I'd like to also make content on alternative living, like tiny house and minimalist living rather than just camper vans as living a nomadic life ins't really sustainable in the long run (speaking from experience). I hope you enjoyed this tutorial on how to do a van conversion. Once again do ask questions or share with us your van build ideas in the comments. – Follow Emerging Alternatives: Facebook Group: https://goo.gl/bnhhne Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EmergingAlternatives/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emergingalternatives/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmAlternatives Website: https://www.emergingalternatives.com/ – Gear: Panasonic GH4 Gopro 4 Silver Rode SmartLav+ DJI Mavic Pro
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We're big fans of camper vans here at Autoblog, particularly forbidden fruit like the Volkswagen California. Maybe it's a wave of nostalgia coming back, but vans are cool and you won't convince us otherwise. That's why we're so excited about this pair of concepts from the 2018 Madrid Motor Show in Spain: the Nissan NV300 Camper and all-electric e-NV200 camper. The best part is, both are going into production, at least in Spain.
There's little info beyond the images, but the pair look pretty cool with their Volkswagen-inspired two-tone paint scheme. Other than the paint, visual changes include painted steel wheels and white decals along the bottom. Both are fitted with bike racks, roll-out shades and pop-up roof tents. Inside, both vans have a small kitchenette that includes a refrigerator, sink, range and dining table. There is room for two beds, one in the roof and one down below. Both vans have heating.
Power for the e-NV200 is stored in a 40 kWh battery pack. It's good for about 124 miles of range, but your mileage may vary. The NV300 is powered by a 1.6-liter turbo diesel, an engine we don't get here in the U.S. Both can be ordered from Spanish Nissan dealers now, and with any luck the rest of the world will eventually get them too.Automotive Cars News,Camper Vans Overview, 2018 Camper Vans Overview, 2018 Nissan NV300, 2018 Nissan e-NV200, 2018 Nissan, 2018 NV300, 2018 e-NV200, Nissan NV300, Nissan e-NV200, Nissan, NV300, e-NV200, Nissan NV300 Camper Van, Nissan e-NV200 Camper Van, Nissan Camper Van, NV300 Camper Van, e-NV200 Camper Van, Camper Van, 2018 Camper Van,nissan, review, nissan nv200 cargo van, campervan, caravan, camper van, 2018, vw phaeton, camping, overland, mixflip, ev, video, funny, cute car, luxury, new car, car, exotic car, supercar, ford, ford gt40, 2017 ford gt, new ford gt, ford gt, phaeton w12 vw, w12 engine, vw w12, volkswagen w12, vw phaeton w12, phaeton w12, phaeton, survival, volkswagen phaeton, electric van, nissan e nv200 ev, longer ranger, demuro, doug demuro, chevrolet ss-r,