Boulder Campervans created a four-seasons, off-grid capable $210,000 tiny home on wheels inside of a 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter four-by-four.
Colorado-based Boulder Campervans sells and rents its converted campers. But according to its website, the team’s favorite activity is converting custom camper vans, whether it be on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ram ProMaster, or Ford Transit, according to the company’s website.
This includes what Boulder Campervans’ Instagram post calls “Pearl”, the tiny off-grid home on wheels that can sleep two in its rear bed, and two in its pop-up roof tent.
Pearl’s off-grid capability comes from the van’s multiple power systems, which includes 780-watt solar panels, 800-amp hour lithium-ion batteries, and a 300-watt inverter. This multi-part energy system also helps power amenities such as the air conditioning unit, which can run at least three hours off of the batteries, and the dimmable LED lights around the interior of the van.
And because the systems are considered “smart equipment”, its levels can be monitored remotely from the van owner’s smartphone, according to Boulder Campervans.