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Dually 4×4 Sprinter Van Conversion by Outside Van


This is a dually 4×4 Sprinter Van Conversion by Outside Van.

It’s a pretty heavy-duty van conversion. It’s the ultimate adventure vehicle! What do you think?

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Next Gen Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 170 EXT Dually Van Conversion by Outside Van

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You can separate the cabin from the living space in the rear so you can go in and out, while the rest of the cabin remains private and weatherproof.

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It even has a screen slide-out to protect you from bugs.

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This 170 Ext has a functional layout with captains chairs up front, an aluminum shower and gallery in the middle, and our new cot bunk system in the back.

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Built in 2019, Next Gen is a custom build with a design that’s focused on weight distribution and weight reduction.

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Looks luxurious, comfortable, and fun…

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Beautiful overhead storage.

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We don’t know how much this would cost, but we know it is not affordable. At least we can look at it though.

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Even more storage right here above the cockpit.

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Here’s a shot with the room separator activated. That could come in handy, right?

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The shower closes off in a similar fashion. If you think about it, these materials are also lightweight.

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Ready for adventure.

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The rear cot bunks… Some of the features on this 170 Ext Dually unit are not available to the public because they are still in R&D… (Like this cot bunk system)

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The galley includes a sink, Vitrifrigo refrigerator, in set induction cooktop, and a Vitamix blender.

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Outside Van offers custom van builds. You can actually create a wishlist over at their website if you want to get an idea for what they offer. They also have a Ready To Drive Series of vans that they offer. They are prebuilt, one-off vans, so they’re pretty much one-of-a-kind. You can see if there are any available right now. Fair warning, they are very expensive, which is why so many people learn to convert vans themselves.

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  • Avatar D. Pedersen
    August 8, 2019, 2:32 am

    A bit strange with no proper bed in such a big van.

    • Avatar James D.
      August 9, 2019, 1:11 am

      No, it’s just designed for people who do outdoor activities. So room for gear and equipment is the priority.

  • Avatar Jenn D.
    August 8, 2019, 9:09 am

    This is a really cool van conversion. It’s got everything and I love how you can separate the driving and riding from the living area. Great job.

  • Avatar Sherry
    August 8, 2019, 2:00 pm

    I’m confused why they would have seating for 4 yet it appears only sleeping for 3 – 2 single cots & one bench that looks smaller than a twin. Do you toss the smallest family member in that storage over the cockpit? Or, is it expected one person is always driving and you rotate sleeping? Hhhhmmm……

    • Avatar James D.
      August 9, 2019, 1:25 am

      No, it’s just set up for outdoor activities. Sleep won’t necessarily be in the van all the time and outing won’t necessary involve sleep for short trips, like just going out for some mountain biking, or something like that which can be done in a day and be back home in time for dinner…

      Besides, this is just a prototype they’re testing to make sure everything will work and will be durable enough and thus it’s not for sale yet. They do custom, so what people actually get will be up to them but this layout was to optimize it for lowest possible weight and proper weight distribution so you can drive it all terrain into almost any area and push the limits…

  • Avatar Michael Zulander
    November 4, 2019, 9:31 am

    In addition to Mr. D’s comment, I get the sense of just how important socialization and “entertaining” is in the nomadic lifestyle: you, or you and ur partner meet a great couple, and invite them over for a bite or drink… they won’t necessarily be sleeping over, but you still have a spot for them for adult beverages. My sense anyway…

  • Avatar Michael Zoolander
    November 4, 2019, 9:34 am

    The bug slide out screen is genius.

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