The Stella Vita camper will embark on a 3,000-kilometer journey in September.
The caravan, designed by the TU Eindhoven Solar Team, is powered and operated entirely by solar energy. The roof of the vehicle is covered with solar panels, which generate energy over an area of 17.5 square meters when open. The Stella Vita is surprisingly spacious and extremely comfortable, as well as quite delightful for the eyes.
By opening the rear door of the camper, you can enjoy nature while sitting in the fully self-sustaining camper, and the slide-out solar panels provide a pleasant shade. On sunny days, the Stella Vita, designed by twenty-two students, can travel up to 725 kilometers in a day and will soon show itself in French and Spanish cities.
Source: Yanko Design