The Freedom 4X makes its February NEC Show debut

The Freedom 4X was on display at the Project Yonder stand at the February NEC Show, with the 4×4 Mercedes Sprinter-based model targeted at those who like heading offgrid.

Coming with an All-Wheel Drive Mercedes Sprinter base, the Freedom 4X is a gas-free ‘van that can be customised to suit the user, thanks to plenty of extras, as well as a selection of colour styling options for both inside and out.

Spec includes a 90-litre fridge freezer, a two-ring induction hob, and a 24V Victron Energy electrical system, with a Truma D6 E providing hot water and heating. Head into the smart washroom and you’ll find a screen that can be used to prevent the shower from getting the rest of the area wet. As well as this, the ‘van comes with marine grade cork flooring.

The two berth ‘van can also have two bunk beds added as an option for family touring.

The ‘van has a length of 7m, a width of 2.2m and a starting price of £156,872.

The Freedom 4X is among a number of ‘vans making its debut at the February NEC Show this week. Other models on display include the first ever van conversions launched by Coachman, while Roller Team has unveiled its Livingstone range of campervans too.

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