Class B RVs use a commercial van chassis to create a compact camping rig, but their small physical footprint means that the interior layout has to use space efficiently. The new Regency Xalta Ranger RB features a floor plan that makes room for a huge bathroom in comparison to other vehicles in this segment.

On the outside, the Xalta Ranger RB looks like a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter other than the power awning on the passenger side. Regency Recreation offers it in 144-inch (3,660 millimetre) and 170-in (4,318 mm) wheelbase lengths.

The interior is where builders differentiate their campers from competitors' offerings. This video offers a tour of the 170-inch version. Compared to the 144-inch variant, this one offers two captain's chairs in the second row.

Behind the seating area, there's a split gallery kitchen. A sink, microwave, and storage spot for a cooktop are on one side. The other has a counter, a refrigerator, and the stereo controls.

The TV is also in this area. A bracket lets campers swing it into the preferred space. There's even a mount for attaching the television to the door for enjoying shows outside.

A couch is along each wall. They can extend to create a massive mattress between a queen and king in size.

Storage space lines each side of the walls. There are also drawers beneath the couches.

The really cool feature is at the back. The wet bathroom has a large shower for this type of camper van. There's a separate sink rather than the more common flip-down design. The Sprinter's rear doors open, so you can get clean while enjoying nature. A macerating toilet grinds waste to make pumping the black water tank easier.

The laundry shoot is another novel feature of the bathroom. There's no worrying about what to do with dirty clothes before hopping into the shower.

The Xalta Ranger RB starts at $160,000 (approx. £128,000). Regency offers a few options. Buyers can add 18-inch wheels, a 50-inch exterior TV, a Euro-loft drop bed system, a 4x4 package, sumo springs, upgraded cabinet doors, and an Internet router.

The video above offers a brief tour of the Xalta Ranger RB. It includes a glimpse of what the bed looks like when deployed.