Texino is a US camping conversion company that “builds thoughtful, innovative products intended to help more people get outside” They pride themselves on fabricating nearly every aspect of their vehicle conversions in-house and use good quality materials. Sounds pretty good to me! Their offer includes 3 good-looking camper vans and their latest concept that caught my eye – the Atrium camper, dubbed “
It’s built on the Mercedes-Bens RWD 170’’ wheelbase Sprinter Dually Chassis powered by a 4 or 6 cylinder diesel motor. Its focus is views – being able to see your surroundings from the inside of the camper van. As we all know, you are usually boxed in with smaller windows. Not with the Atrium – it boasts submarine-style windows across the entire back and more skylights and round windows dotted around the interior.
It also comes with its own, custom fabricated mechanized hatch door, electrical system with off-grid HVAC powered by solar and lithium-ion batteries (600 watts of solar and 600 amps of lithium-ion batteries to power HVAC, induction stovetop, water pump, and interior and exterior lighting).
Inside, you’ll enjoy custom-built interior, dining and sleeping areas, for example, a massive banquet table that converts into a king-sized bed. Custom cabinetry made from eco-friendly and durable Richlite. Natural Corkoleum flooring.
And of course, a bathroom with a shower, sink and a toilet.
Read more about it on texino’s website.