German motorhome manufacturer Bürstner’s latest foray into the campervan world is on display at the NEC this week.

Based on a Renault Trafic, the Playa 500C features a conventional side kitchen with considerable storage for a campervan, including a column of three drawers.

You also get a pop top roof with a bed. You also get some of the innovative extras that are available in other Bürstner vans, such as the removable “home light”.

This bench slides forward to provide you with extra storage space if you want to use the Playa 500C as a day-to-day vehicle.

Standard features also include 17-inch alloy wheels, an awning, a cooled glove box and a diesel parking heater.

Bürstner is initially offering the van as a “Limited Edition” model with a pack that gets you habitation blinds, a 41-litre compressor fridge, and two Isofix points and seat belts on a rear bench seat you can also convert into a bed.

Also included is the “Comfort Pack”, which gets you a multimedia system with sat nav.

Bürstner is planning to unveil other Playa layouts in the coming months.

The 5.08m-long vehicle costs £63,510 OTR.

Other launches taking place at the show this week include two new ranges being launched by Swift, while Bailey have also unveiled two new Adamo models.

You can also get more ‘van inspiration by taking a look at our guide to the best campervans, where we share our top picks on the market.

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