The Opel Zafira-e Life is the perfect car for families, couples, or singles who frequently take weekend road trips to the countryside or go camping because of its ample interior room and adaptability and its zero-emissions driving capability. From August 26th to September 4th, the Caravan Salon is held in Düsseldorf, Germany, and it features the manufacturer's roomy Opel Zafira-e Life electric campervan.
Crosscamp, experts in urban camping, will display a prototype of a Crosscamp Flex based on the Opel Zafira-e Life, a battery-electric vehicle, in the outdoor area, in addition to the Crosscamp Flex battery-electric version. In this new camper van, the high utility and adaptability of the Opel van are combined with the need for a motorhome that doesn't put out any pollution in the area.
The Crosscamp Flex, based on the Opel Zafira-e Life electric minivan, has a range of up to 322 kilometers, thanks to the 75 kWh lithium-ion battery (located under the floor to save space). Whether you use a wall box, fast charging, or a standard household outlet, it's as simple as driving to charge the car. It takes 48 minutes to charge the battery to 80% capacity using 100 kW of direct current (DC). A 95 Ah backup battery powers the lights, the cooler, and the USB port, which lets you charge other devices without draining the battery.
As usual for a Crosscamp or Opel, it offers exceptional adaptability and security.
The Crosscamp Flex electric campervan, like any other Crosscamp, is equipped with everything you need for stress-free travel. Front chairs that can be rotated through 180 degrees, a kitchenette with a sink, gas stove, wall cupboards, and separate containers for potable and gray water are all included in the functional furnishings. Four people may sleep comfortably in a Crosscamp Flex because the rear bench unfolds into a double bed, and the two extra beds are hidden in the ceiling.
The large variety of Opel van driver aid technologies that come standard on all Crosscamp campervan models based on the Opel Zafira-e Life sets them apart. Some features on the list are semi-active cruise control, lane-keeping assistance, recognition of traffic signs, driver fatigue detection, and emergency brakes.
The diesel-powered Crosscamp and the Crosscamp Flex electric campervan will be available in 2023. Soon after, the company hopes to make the Crosscamp Lite version of the electric camper available. @via Crosscamp.
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