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This RV built on a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is so big it fits a queen bed — see inside

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  German RV maker La Strada has released its new flagship
  
    Nova EB: a tiny home on wheels built on the Mercedes-Benz
    Sprinter. 
  
  There's also a complete bathroom and kitchen inside of the
  
    tiny home on wheels.
  The van is currently being sold in Germany and starts at
  €100,930, about $110,520.87.
  

  
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  La Strada has released its new flagship Nova EB: a tiny home on
  wheels built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. 

  The iconic 
  Sprinter is a popular choice for van conversions. And at 6.99
  meters, about 22.9 feet, long, the compact luxury Nova EB van is
  the biggest van Germany-based La Strada has built. The
  163-horsepower tiny home on wheels is powered by its 120-kilowatt
  engine and includes capabilities that improve its drive, such as
  crosswind assist, which 
  Daimler claims steadies the van during strong crosswinds.

  Nova EB - optimized to transport two people - also has a
  monocoque structure that's made of fiber-fortified plastic,
  allowing it to be insulated with leak protection, according to
  its maker. It starts at €100,930, about $110,520.87, and the
  price goes up accordingly with different packages and interior
  options. It's currently being sold in Germany.

  Keep scrolling to see the sleek tiny home on wheels:

  • German RV maker La Strada has released its new flagship Nova EB: a tiny home on wheels built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
  • There's also a complete bathroom and kitchen inside of the tiny home on wheels.
  • The van is currently being sold in Germany and starts at €100,930, about $110,520.87.

La Strada has released its new flagship Nova EB: a tiny home on wheels built on the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.

The iconic Sprinter is a popular choice for van conversions. And at 6.99 meters, about 22.9 feet, long, the compact luxury Nova EB van is the biggest van Germany-based La Strada has built. The 163-horsepower tiny home on wheels is powered by its 120-kilowatt engine and includes capabilities that improve its drive, such as crosswind assist, which Daimler claims steadies the van during strong crosswinds.

Nova EB - optimized to transport two people - also has a monocoque structure that's made of fiber-fortified plastic, allowing it to be insulated with leak protection, according to its maker. It starts at €100,930, about $110,520.87, and the price goes up accordingly with different packages and interior options. It's currently being sold in Germany.

Keep scrolling through the gallery above to see the sleek tiny home on wheels.

© La Strada

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