As RVing continues to rise in popularity globally, we’ve seen a lot of exciting vehicles developed in other countries to meet the growing demand. However, most of those models never make their way stateside, sometimes leaving obvious gaps in the marketplace. Fortunately, that isn’t the case with the Wingamm Oasi 540—a Class B micro-camper from Italy. Not only is this RV about to be available in the US, it will bring top-notch features and styling along with it.
In the video above, we get a walkthrough tour of this intriguing little vehicle. That model is a prototype Oasi 540 from a year, or so back that rides on a Fiat Ducato Euro platform. For the US model, Wingamm has converted over to a Ram ProMaster chassis instead, making it better suited for the American market. This configuration gives the micro-camper a wheelbase of 118.11 inches and an overall length of 213.4 inches. It has room for up to four passengers while driving and camping, and is more manuversable and easier to park than most other camper vans.
Wingamm has managed to squeeze a surprising amount of features into this tiny camper. The Oasi 540 comes with a dinette/kitchenette with seating for four, a sink, a refrigerator, and a two-burner propane stove. A highly versatile table can shift and pivot to make the most of the available space and lowers completely out of the way to turn the lounge into a small bed. A larger full-size bed is suspended from the ceiling and easily drops down as needed.
Despite its size, the Oasi 540 does come with an onboard wet bath. While not as large as the bathrooms found on Class A and C models, the space is bigger than you might expect. It has a cassette toilet, sink, storage cabinet, and an overhead shower. It even has a built-in medicine cabinet and a ceiling vent.
The Oasi 540 comes with a propane-powered furnace, which, combined with a heat pump on its air conditioning unit, makes it an excellent option for four-season camping. Radiant heating in the floors ensures a warm space even when the mercury drops below freezing, while large skylights provide ample natural light. The camper even has a surprising amount of storage space inside and out, including a unique rear compartment perfect for outdoor gear, luggage, or other supplies.
Wingamm ships the Oasi 540 with a single house battery to power its onboard electrical systems, but customers can elect to double the capacity straight from the factory. Roof-mounted solar panels and an inverter are also optional add-ons to provide more flexibility and versatility while camping in remote areas.
According to Wingamm, the micro camper will go on sale in the US later this year, with the company currently taking preorders. The vehicle starts at $145,000. For more information, visit the Oasi 540 website.