These modular trunk campers can turn a daily driver SUV or minivan into an RV — see how

Egoe nest created the award-winning Nestbox, a multi-part box that can be placed in the trunk of a vehicle to turn an everyday driver into a motorhome equipped with a kitchen, bed, and storage.

The idea for the modular Nestbox came when one of Egoe nest’s founders purchased a motorhome, but found several restrictions with its large size and clunky handling, according to the company’s website. To address these issues, the Czech Republic-based company built easily installable modular boxes of varying sizes that contain the typical camper van and motorhome amenities, all inside of one unit.

While the idea of a trunk-extended camper box isn’t new, the Nestbox design won its makers the Red Dot Design Award pick for the “Best of the Best” category this year after the judges deemed the modular setup a “new aesthetic for self-determined traveling,” according to its award page.

All of Egoe nest’s products, including the Nestbox, are made in the Czech Republic, but the company has around 20 dealerships across the world. Since its unveiling, the Nestbox has become popular in its home country, Slovakia, western Europe, and South Korea, although the camper box is also now available in the US by popular demand, according to its maker.

The boxes were designed and developed by studio 519.

The boxes were designed and developed by studio 519.
The Nestbox Tramp. Egoé nest

The Camper — which costs up to almost $3,290 — can be used while the second row of seats is up, but when it's bedtime, the trunk and back row can be transformed into a bed that can sleep two.
The Camper — which costs up to almost $3,290 — can be used while the second row of seats is up, but when it's bedtime, the trunk and back row can be transformed into a bed that can sleep two.

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