This tiny campervan is the Ahorn Big City Van. It comes with a tiny kitchen, tiny shower and a normal sized toilet as a tiny one would not be much good. It also has a tent in the roof, otherwise four people are not going to have enough room to sleep in it but that won’t be much good for stealth camping in the city! I live in a motorhome full time and travel around Europe in it. I spend most of my time in Poland, Germany and Italy. Vanlife is my life. In my YouTube channel, I present reviews of recreational vehicles. Here you will find campervans and motorhomes from the cheapest camper vans to the most expensive luxury liners, from various companies including Hobby, Hymer, Carthago, Westfalia, Wingamm, La Strada, Frankia, Wavecamper, Maurer, Dreamer, Itineo, Rapido, Clever Vans, Pössl, Bürstner, Niesmann Bischoff, Action Mobil, Reisemobil Manufaktur, Robeta, Trigano, Challenger, EuraMobil, Karmann Mobil, Laika, Forster, Mobilvetta Design, Affinity, Globe Traveller, Benimar, Roller Team, Adria, Bocklet, Woelcke,Tourne, Megamobil, VW, Mercedes, CS, Renault, Ford, Fiat, Carado, Sunlight, Baileys, Chausson, Balcamp, Knaus, Weinsberg, Murvi, Bliss, Mitsubishi, Woelcke, Reisemobile Bürow, Holzmobil, Giotti Line, Florium, Fleurette, Ahorn, Westfalia, Space Camper, Orange Work, Concorde, Womondo, Protec, Auto Sleeper, Dethleffs, Ilusion, Gehocab, Malibu, Pilote, Wild Ax, Vantage, Bresler, Tom’s Fahrzeugtechnik, Morelo, Swift, Carado and others. I do this by regularly attending trade events such as CMT Stuttgart, Abenteuer und Allrad, Caravan Salon Dusseldorf, Warsaw Caravan and Camping Show and sometimes others. I cover equipment, including 12v electrical equipment and talk a lot about lithium batteries. I also show some of the places I have visited in Europe in my own motorhome, as well as the places you can stay at! I try to give as much coverage as I can to official campsites and free places which I use for overnighting. Therefore you can find here the aire or stellplatz that you are possibly looking for. Please consider supporting me on Patreon :

8 thoughts on “Tiny campervan with WC, shower and kitchen. Sleeps four! Ahorn Van Big City

  1. Interesting concept. I seems however that there is a lack of storage in this van. Almost no cupboards.

  2. Same layout as the Ranger R535 I used to own and travelled for 6 months in. Had an absolute blast but I was on my own, I did eventually outgrow it but never regretted buying it. My storage solution was while driving I kept a lot of stuff in the bathroom area, and when you stop you quickly move everything into the cab area to make space. So it’s a bit of a juggle but doable. It was a squeeze for the times I hosted a guest but I never complained 😉🤣 I never used the toilet, but did always find the thought of using it while the back door open amusing!

    1. My primary reason for buying at the time was my apartment car park had hight restriction FYI. But soon decided a bigger van trumped the apartment so I moved home for a bigger van!

  3. “I know what a toilet is and I know how to use it…” – Cheers for the sarcasm. Just magic.

  4. Its Cool how much they are able to fit in such a small van. In my opinion for a van like this a full kitchen line that is not needed. A small fridge and a moveable cook top would be fine to save space. Also they need to start adding swivel seats to these types of vehicles. Would save a huge amount of space.

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