Mitsubishi’s NOMADPro Truck Makes Remote Work An Outdoor Getaway

Photo: Mitsubishi-Fuso

As one of Japan’s most notable manufacturers across the board, it’s typically impressive to see Mitsubishi unveil a new project. Its new eye-catching conceptual workspace is one of the most refreshing we’ve seen in a while, as the company’s Fuso Truck and Bus Corporation is wheeling out the NOMADPro Canter Truck, ideal for turning work from home into life on the road.

Photo: Mitsubishi-Fuso

Based around the automaker’s 2WD Canter Truck, the streamlined workstation is optimized for up to two people, practically serving as a private pair of cubicles that don’t force you to walk much to go to the water cooler. Moreover, the NOMADPro boasts a tiny kitchen with an operating sink, an adjustable workstation, an additional table that can be stowed away, and even a movable bed for when the workday is getting a bit too strenuous.

Photo: Mitsubishi-Fuso

And while it may not feel like much of a vacation if you find yourself in one meeting after the other or constantly typing on your keyboard, Mitsubishi made sure to provide a more natural element to your workday. Furthermore, the right wing of the car can be fully opened, letting remote workers take full advantage of the innovative truck by basking in the view of wherever they choose to park it.

Photo: Mitsubishi-Fuso

Considering this is merely a concept for the moment, Mitsubishi has not detailed any potential release or pricing details, but you can find more information on the marque’s website.