Businesses have become more creative with their campers and other outdoor-leisure vehicles, which have grown in popularity during the novel coronavirus crisis.
Cheaper options have fueled sales among younger drivers, but now, some rather unconventional vehicles are attracting attention.
Seventy companies put automobiles on display at the Japan Camping Car Show 2022 at the Makuhari Messe convention center in Chiba from Feb. 10 to 13.
Nissan Motor Co. showed a prototype camper van named Caravan Myroom Concept. Proposed by a young employee, the vehicle contains a foldable bed and rotatable desk in its luggage area that can be used for telework or rest.
R.C. Core Co., a Tokyo-based log house builder, released its Imago log cabin on wheels in October…