Roof-top terrace, removable exterior bed, drone delivery, 5-star comfort, and more.
The new Renault electric showcar reinvents the campervan.
HIPPIE CAVIAR HOTEL Showcar
premium van with a Hippie-Chic design
Hippie Caviar Hotel boasts a more powerful and expressive front end featured in Renault Trafic’s new design. It boasts a room section with a white concrete effect finish, and a front cabin colour of spangled sea green dubbed “Almond Flakes”. The wicker-effect dashboard is accented by leather trim. Inspired by 5-star hotel rooms, the interior is a nod to the nature around it. Its streamlined design is rich in natural materials like exotic wood and natural linen and wool fibres.
luxury nomadic room
Hippie Caviar Hotel offers a bench seat that transforms into a very comfortable 145 cm x 195 cm bed. In the “contemplation” position, the bench seat faces outwards. Its drapes and open back hatch shelter you from bad weather while protecting your privacy. In “cosy” position, the bench seat and corner chair face each other to create a welcoming space inside. Accessible from the retractable ladder, the roof-top terrace provides another gathering area, furnished with a coffee table and two removable backrests.
born for a premium experience
Hippie Caviar Hotel offers a unique high-end experience with services worthy of a 5-star hotel: Delivery of a logistics container (shower, lavatory, electric charging station, etc.) to the customer’s location of choice. Concierge services to be ordered online with drone delivery directly to the roof or bench seat in “contemplation” position.
over 60 years of success
The Estafette campervan was ahead of its time, appealing specifically to the first surfers - rare at the time - and more generally to families who loved nature and adventure. Well equipped with bench seats transforming into bunks, a kitchenette and 2-burner stove, refrigerator, and removable table, this 60s van could be spotted cruising from one spot to another along the roads of France and Europe.
With its flat floor, independent wheels, super tight turning circle, cutting-edge cabin, and sliding side door, Estafette made a big splash and reinvented the utility vehicle. First with its vibrant orange, yellow and blue colours. Then with its versatility and driveability.
Following a collaboration with Sabem (Société Anonyme Bois Et Matériaux), the Campervan version was released in the 1960s. The ultra-trendy vehicle has since experienced a bit of a revival, and its wonderfully retro style has won over so many!