The folks over La Strada have created a fully equipped luxury camper van using the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter as a base.

Indeed, Nova M has been created thanks to extensive modifications inside and out, resulting in a premium home on wheels.

The German firm has used a "durable" monocoque made of glass-fibre reinforced plastic to provide "high-end isolation, reliable leak tightness and sophisticated design". Additionally, a tight-fitted awning, tinted windows and aeration grids have been installed.

Inside, the Nova M features a floorplan that accommodates a sleeping area, with a pull-down bed for two persons and a wardrobe. The bathroom, meanwhile, is fitted with a toilet, basin and a "spacious" shower. In the kitchen, occupants have access to a twin-hob stove and a large sink. An 80-litre refrigerator keeps your food fresh and drinks cold.

When on the move, the Nova M provides seating for four passengers. At the front, seats boast pneumatic lumbar support and seat heating, if you opt for the full-leather upholstery treatment. Seat cooling is an additional option. The two front pews can furthermore be adjusted into a living space when parked.

Powering the van is Mercedes-Benz’s 2,1-litre four-cylinder turbodiesel, sending 120 kW and 330 N.m of torque to the rear axle. Standard specification includes daytime running lights and crosswind assist intervention.

So, how much? Well, La Strada says the Nova M will set you back some €105 499 (approximately R2,1 million).

Original article from Car