The Spanish company Camperiz has turned the Dacia Dokker heel into an inexpensive yet fully functional camper. Prices start at € 19,995.
The converted car has room for a double bed, a kitchen with a stove, sink, crockery drawers and a 25-liter container for clean water. There is also a 30-liter refrigerator, a portable dry closet, curtains on the windows. If more than two people are planning to travel, they can order a tent that can be installed on the roof of the compact motorhome – accessible via a folding ladder.
Dokker is also sold in Ukraine, but only under the Renault brand. Earlier it was reported that this model will be removed from the Dacia lineup altogether, offering European buyers a new Renault Express instead.
This September, Dacia will unveil a new versatile seven-seat family model at the international German motor show in Munich for the first time. It is expected to replace Logan MCV, Lodgy and Dokker at once. Spies recently photographed a camouflaged prototype of this vehicle during road tests.