You've noticed that this sucker is relatively light, but how light? Well, it comes in with a dry weight of 190 kg (419 lbs), and in running order, just 290 kg (639 lbs). How is this possible? Aside from the fact that the camper is built using a sandwich panel construction, the exterior and interior are built using polyurethane and finally laminated to ward off the elements, with the insulation sandwiched in between, 28 mm (1.1 in) of shell stands between you and the exterior world. Another reason for the lightweight construction is that the body is molded as a single piece, eliminating the need for bolts, screws, and weatherproofing; there's nowhere for the elements to seep in.
enjoy your stay. That's absolutely it.
Come nighttime, you'll want to get some shuteye, and that's mostly what this camper is good for. You'll be able to climb inside and access the hatch found at the rear and access a space that's 142 cm (56 in) wide, 215 cm (84.6 in) long, and only 95 cm (37.4 in) tall. No, you won't be able to stand up, but it should do for sitting around on the double mattress fit for two. Let's say you have some trouble sleeping; you can either enjoy a book or view the stars via a skylight or the lateral windows. And that's really all you'll be getting with the bare minimum package.
this addition, you'll be able to bring along a mobile galley, port-potty, and possibly an exterior shower. Maybe the campgrounds you're visiting have bathroom facilities, and you can throw on some solar panels.
Bring along some surfboards or kayaks, or try a bike rack on the drawbar. With a cargo limit of 750 kg (1,653 lbs), it looks like you can just use Wave as a mobile storage unit, not just a bedroom. If the mattress is modular, that shouldn't be an issue.
As for the question on everyone's mind, this little bugger will only run you around €9,500 ($10,253 at current exchange rates) bare. That's not bad, considering it can carry nearly three times its own weight, is as weatherproof as polyurethane can be, and leaves you with enough cash to fill your tank for the adventures ahead.