White House Camper’s Honda N-Van Compo combines two consumer interests that include tiny houses and camper vans. It is 133.7 inches long. If you include the White House Camper kit it will be 20.4 inches shorter than that of a modern Mazda MX-5 Miata. Moreover, it does not look like the house the President does sleep in.
Honda N-Van Compo has a lot of Great Features
There aren’t any alternations made to the White House Camper in terms of its overall length. That is to the N-Van thereby converting it to Compo spec. Although it does seem like the brand did alter the little van’s height by way of a pop-top roof. This would include a bedboard for catching some sleep. Conversely, the users can flip the bed board up to create close to six feet of standing room that is inside.
White House Camper – Three Different Interior Layouts
White House Camper offers the N-Van Compo with three distinctive interior layouts. There is the so-called Style-one that sees the Compo’s kitchen area is placed directly at the rear of the cabin. Also, Style-two, which meanwhile, does move the kitchen area to the right rear of the vehicle. This would be to create more space for storage. In addition, to the shelving that does span the width of the vehicle’s rear end.
Finally, the Cabin layout does condense the kitchen area to the right rear of the N-Van Compo. It would seem to get rid of the sink which includes the Style-one and Style-two layouts. However, does keep the rear free of fuss, also maintaining the rear hatch’s full functionality. All three layouts do include cushions that turn the main cabin into a sleeping space, too.
In fact, how all these additions affect the performance of the N-Van is another story altogether. The little van’s 660-cc (0.7-liter) engine makes as little as 52 hp in its naturally aspirated form. Then as much as 63 hp in turbo guise.