The brand new Proace-based van Toyota Proace Lerina Camper VA features an interior outfitted by Wellhouse Leisure. The camper is functional multi-use van and can accommodate and feed four people on a traveling holiday before transitioning to six-seat people mover format.
As with other camper vans, the Lerina utilizes floor rails as a primary pillar of its layout. These rails let the camper van’s back bench to slip forward when additional cargo space is required in back, then shove backward at camp to produce a roomier area. At nighttime, the bench folds to generate the main double bed.
The Lerina’s design is familiar enough, showcasing a driver-side cooking area with glass-top sink and range. A 25-liter refrigerator and fresh water tank aid in distributing food and drink. An electrical system with battery, 100-watt solar power panel, and electrical hookup will keep onboard electrical equipment buzzing.
Shifting back, a full-height room offers space for storing. There’s no room in the small interior for a real bathroom, but Wellhouse has integrated movable toilet.
The Lerina’s pop-up roof gives a lot of headroom to activate the interior living space. It may also be equipped with an alternative double bed for two extra sleeping berths. Additionally, it has a 2.2-kW heater which will keep the room warm all year round.
The Lerina’s camping furnishings and fittings can’t be removed, just like many modular camper vans, but there is, however, the choice to drop two extra seats in to generate a sensible six-seater for traveling the family around. An outside canopy with LED lighting can be available.