Enter through the main sliding door, and you'll discover a beautiful interior with many wooden elements and dark details, making it very masculine. On your right, you'll find the driver's cabin. Both the driver's and passenger's seats can be swiveled to face the rest of the interior.
There's a fold-up table just near the driver's seat, perfect for enjoying a meal or to chill out. Moreover, you'll notice two sizeable overhead storage spaces above the driver's cabin.
The rest of the interior was devised to fulfill Trent's three significant requests: a comfortable sleeping space, a well-equipped kitchen, and a powerful gaming station. And that's precisely what you'll find in this van, all blended into one fine-looking interior.
Underneath the sink, you'll find a 6-gallon (23-liter) jug with purified drinking water. The sink's water is supplied by a 40-gallon (151-liter) freshwater tank housed in the rig's garage. What's more, a 15-lb. (7-kg) propane tank sits directly underneath the water tank.
For storage, Trent installed three spacious overhead cabinets. He also devised cabinets underneath the countertop, as well as a small cubby integrated into the kitchen wall, complete with two power outlets.
I love the combo between the black elements in the kitchen and the wooden wall and countertop. Moreover, the kitchen really catches your eye via white stenciled designs on the overhead cabinets. They make a difference as your eyes transition from the white wooden ceiling to the contrasting black interior.
However, if you're a devoted gamer like myself, you'd probably want to have some sort of gaming setup onboard, be it a console or a PC. Recently, I've even covered a camper van with a sim racing rig inside, something I'd never seen.
If you do it smartly, like Trent did, it doesn't even have to take up a lot of space. Having a full-on PC might occupy a bit too much room. Luckily, technology has evolved to a point where laptops can provide more than enough gaming power.
Trent's gaming station sits on a long and spacious desk with two large drawers. It features a ROG Strix SCAR 18 laptop, which boasts a 13th-gen Intel Core i9 processor with an insane Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 GPU and 32 GB of RAM. It's connected to a monitor on a swivel mount, a keyboard, and a mouse.
Trent also streams from his van, so he mounted a camera and a microphone. Of course, streaming and playing online are only possible with an internet connection. Like many other van dwellers, the obvious solution was installing a Starlink so that he can get a steady internet connection no matter where he is.
Believe it or not, everything in this van, including the gaming station, is solar-powered via 600 W panels on the roof. They're connected to the electrical system, housed in the garage, right underneath the bed. It features 600 Ah lithium batteries, a breaker box, a DC/DC charger, a solar charge controller, and other components.
Trent explains that he doesn't have to worry about running out of power with this system as long as he gets enough sun. Specifically, the only problem is when he has several cloudy days in a row – that's when the system can't keep up with the amount of energy being drawn. In these cases, the DC/DC charger allows him to charge the batteries while driving, and he also has a shore power connection.
And lastly, we have the bedroom. It features a full-size bed, two overhead cabinets, a ceiling fan, a conventional fan, and a relatively small hanging closet with a mirror on the inside of its door. Oh, I forgot to mention Trent travels with his dog Millie. He wanted to give her the same comfort he was enjoying, so he devised her own cozy bedroom underneath his bed. It even has a light and a fan, and there's some extra storage in the form of drawers both above and under Millie's bedroom.
The final part of the van we'll be checking out is the garage, accessible via the rear of the vehicle. It offers a lot of storage space and integrates most of the utilities. As I mentioned, you'll discover the electrical system, as well as the water tank and the propane tank. Another notable feature is an outdoor shower.
All in all, this is a stunning off-grid camper conversion – it's practical, cozy, and even has a gaming station. If I were to add something to it, I would integrate more exterior lights and add bug nets on the vehicle's door. If you check out the video below, you'll see many insects flying around at all times.