This is the Pleasure-Way Tofino Pop Top Camper Van.
It features available solar panels along with an available lithium-ion battery bank to store the power you collect from the sun.
This van is a rebirth of Pleasure-Way’s old Traverse which was built on a Ford Econoline van platform. Take a look below and let me know how you like it in the comments, please!
Pleasure-Way Tofino Pop Up Camper Van: Off-Grid-Ready with Solar Panels and a Lithium-Ion Battery Bank
Photos © Pleasure-Way
This Class-B motorhome is built for North America and is based on the Dodge Ram Promaster
Lots of storage space is available in the rear of the van and the ladder to help you get to the sleeping loft is conveniently stored here too!
When it’s time for bed, the seat folds down flat and you can use the stored collapsible ladder to get up to the pop top sleeping loft!
The driver’s seats swivel so you can join the party inside 🙂
The solar package gives you the ability to off-grid on your adventure thanks in part to the available battery bank option
Reminiscent of the classic Pleasure-Way Traverse, the all new Tofino camper van embraces minimalistic design yet still features our cutting edge technology such as: two 100 Ah lithium coach batteries, 2000 watt inverter, multiplex wiring, touchscreen control panel with remote, real time amperage meter and available 200 watt solar package.
Photos © Pleasure-Way
The Tofino is built on the Ram ProMaster 1500 chassis with a 136” wheelbase and measures just 17’ 9” in length. The Tofino’s main feature is a manual lift pop-top that reveals a 49” x 72” overhead bunk area that is protected by durable Sunbrella tenting. The rear sofa features 2 seatbelts and converts into a 54” x 72” bed.
Highlights include: 2000 watt inverter, touchscreen control panel w/ real time amperage meter, 2 x 100Ah Eco-Ion lithium coach batteries, induction cooktop, AC/DC refrigerator, internally mounted fresh and grey water tanks, Shurflo water pump and a 16,000 BTU furnace.
The Tofino has an Occupant and Cargo Carrying Capacity of 2,000 lbs, which combines nicely with the 70 cubic feet of rear cargo storage. Optional features include a roof rack, up to 200 watts of solar, painted exterior mouldings and roll up screen packages.
MSRP: $69,550 USD
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