The new van on the WildAx stand at the NEC Show is the Altair, the West Yorkshire company’s first conversion based on a MAN TGE.

The van, which is promised to be the first of a new range, also relies on electricity for all habitation services and so is very much geared at people who like to travel off-grid.

So it comes with two 100Ah lithium batteries, a 3KW inverter and a 400W solar panel on the roof which can power all this when you are not hooked up or the engine isn’t running.

Inside the kitchen includes a two-ring induction hob, and you get a microwave and fully electric 154-litre fridge/freezer. Heating comes via a Truma 4D system.

The rear lounge converts into a double bed or can be left as two singles. There is an extra single berth you make up out of the two travel seats in the front dinette and the driver’s seat.

The Altair starts at £92,995 for 6-speed manual, or £94,995 with an 8-speed auto gearbox. You can find out more about WildAx in our campervan converters guide.

Other debuts at the show include the two new pop-top VW Camper Conversions from Vantage Motorhomes and the Playa 500C from Bürstner.

You can also get more inspiration by taking a look at our best campervan round-up.

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