So far, only the British brand Vauxhall offers a motorhome variant, called Vivaro Elite Campervan; this inspires us to wonder about the possibility of seeing similar models based on the Peugeot Traveler or the Citroen Spacetourer.
Vivaro Elite Campervan was created ussing the Vauxhall minivan in the Elite configuration, which costs around 36,753 euros. It includes, among other things, front and rear parking sensors, a reversing camera, semi-adaptive cruise control and a Navi Pro infotainment system.
The Vivaro Elite Campervan will go on sale next year for 50,674 euros.
Vauxhall Vivaro Elite Campervan is equipped with a fold-away bed, 12V and 240V power supplies, a 2.2 kW heating system, a 25-litre refrigerator, a water tank and a kitchen, which includes a gas stove and sink. In addition, the car received a 100W solar panel and an additional battery.
The motorhome is designed for four adventurers. It is possible to install a fifth chair and an extra bed on the roof.
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