Available at the company's retailers across the United Kingdom, the InNature Packs are described as "a particular highlight" that “epitomizes Dacia's synergy with the great outdoors." Paying £1,815 (equaling $2,310) will get Dacia owners the InNature Sleep Pack+, which is an upgrade from the previously announced inNature range. The latter features a large wooden box that folds out to become a generous bed and a mattress, and the new bundle adds a seat storage bag and blackout blinds.
Do you want a bit more? Then perhaps the InNature Sleep Pack Ultimate is the one for you. This feature brings a tailgate tent on top of the gear mentioned above and costs £2,165 ($2,755), according to the Romanian automaker. The InNature Privacy Pack is also available, albeit only if you have the InNature Sleep Pack frame and mattress, and you will have to fork out £249 ($317) for it. As for the storage back, blinds, and tailgate tent, they're part of the so-called InNature Camping Pack, which will set you back £599 ($762).
Dacia invites interested parties to check out their nature-friendly solutions for the entire family of cars either in-person or on the World Wide Web, which allows them to "sleep closer to the stars." Meanwhile, we will remind you that the auto marque's lineup starts with the Sandero and Sandero Stepway in the United Kingdom and also includes the Duster, Duster Commercial, and Jogger. Pricing for the most affordable vehicle in Dacia's stable, the normal Sandero, starts at £13,795 ($17,557). Getting the jacked-up variant, aka the Sandero Stepway, will set you back at least £15,295 ($19,466).
If you want the budget-friendly SUV, namely the Duster, you will have to spend a minimum of £17,295 ($22,011) or £19,324 ($24,593) when it comes to the Duster Commercial. As for the minivan baptized the Jogger, it is available to order from £18,295 ($23,284), featuring several powertrains, including a 140 ps (138 hp/103 kW) hybrid with an automatic transmission that emits only 112 g/km of CO2.