Based on the versatile chassis of the FUSO Canter, the designers have developed the prototype of a future-oriented workplace on wheels that enables flexible mobile working with proximity to nature. The FUSO NOMADPro combines a creative contemporary vehicle concept with traditional Japanese design elements.
The change in workplace culture, accelerated by the Covid-19 pandemic, is driving a redesign and flexibilization of work worldwide. Remote working and flexible working hours are becoming part of everyday life for more and more people. With the many benefits this change brings to individuals, mingling working time and personal life is also showing negative effects on both physical and mental health. As a result, many people are beginning to explore new ways to achieve a balance between work, leisure and personal well-being. The NOMADPro was developed to support people on this journey. It has been proven that spending time in nature has a positive effect on mental health, and regular outdoor exercise also promotes physical fitness. The FUSO NOMADPro enables working in direct contact with nature and opens up numerous new possibilities for contemporary, individual working models.
On the one hand, the wing body design demonstrates the versatility of the Canter chassis and the wide range of applications of the light truck, while at the same time opening up new possibilities for customization and use. The main feature is the retractable right wing, which enables a complete outdoor working experience. The interior is dominated by natural materials and Japanese design elements such as bamboo wood floors with tile inlays, natural wood surfaces and tatami style seats.
The vehicle is equipped with a stowable table and benches that provide a comfortable workspace for up to two people. Furthermore, the FUSO NOMADPro is equipped with a pull-out bed, a studio kitchen, a sink and a shower area.