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VanLab Releases Compact SUV Conversion Kit


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You might remember our post on VanLab from a couple of years ago, and since then the company has expanded its offerings. It most recently released this super simple IKEA-style kitchen and bed kit that fits easily into 76 different SUVs!

The kit goes in without any fasteners, so it can be removed without causing any damage to the vehicle. This means, if you want to try out nomadic life without a big commitment, you can hit the road in an afternoon! The kitchen kit alone starts at $1,950, and it’s an additional $400 to get the bed section. To get it with cushions, it’s a grand total of $2,800 (but at the moment, the cushions are sold out). What do you think of this system?

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Fit Out Your SUV Starting at $1,950

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The main unit has two drawer areas that pull out.

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There’s a kitchen section, and another one for pantry supplies and glassware.

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An extra pull-out “table” provides some counterspace.

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This kit helps you hit the road with almost no preparation!

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Everything folds back away when it’s time to move locations.

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You can fit a single-burner stovetop on the right side.

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More counter space pulls out from the glassware side.

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Tuck it right here for food prep!

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The drawer slides pull out easily.

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Each piece pops into place without fasteners.

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The bed section is an optional upgrade.

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It’s so light, you can move it solo!

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Just slide it in and you’re ready to hit the road.

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With both the bed and main portion, these are the dimensions.

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Here are the drawer one dimensions.

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And here are the drawer two dimensions.

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Highlights:

  • Bed – If selected
    North to South Sleeping – 75” Long x 51” Wide
    Manufactured in 4 sections to fold down behind the rear seats for easy storage.
  • Bed Cushions – If selected
    They create a FULL size bed when laid out, easily stored with the seats up and driving.
  • Fridge/Cooler capacity
    Up to 30 L capacity – stored fully inside the kit.
    Recommended compatible cooler here.
  • Drawers (x2)
    Extremely durable locking sliding drawers allowing you to lock both in when closed and out when in use. They create an integrated kitchen unit allowing for a burner, cutting board, sink and cooking equipment to be neatly stowed away.
  • Tables (x2)
    One accessible with the kit closed and one between the two drawers.
  • Drinks holder
    Your bespoke pull-out hamper for elevated drinks and snacks
  • Weight
    Kitchen Box only 66lbs
    Box plus bed equals 104 lbs

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.

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  • Maria Kentala
    March 4, 2024, 7:14 am

    I would use this system in a van so you would have more room.

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