Transit, it’s like home

Transit, it’s like home


Van-based campers have one major drawback – they do not have much space and are missing some important equipment, such as showers, toilets and a full kitchen. However, the Ford Transit-based Southvan Allrounder offers something more without sacrificing bedding.

The van can accommodate up to nine passengers, and there is room for four travelers to sleep, depending on the configuration. There are integrated guide rails in the floor, thanks to which the seats can be easily installed or removed. The seats themselves are narrower than in the car, allowing for storage boxes and other equipment.

The roof rises, and under it is an extra bed for two people. Another important detail is the sliding kitchen, which can be used both inside (if it is raining outside) and outside. The expensive configuration includes a refrigerator, stove, sink and an electric generator. The database does not contain a generator and sockets, but the refrigerator is preserved, and it is even larger.

Of course, the developers had to save a lot, in particular, the rear seats are far from the most roomy and are more suitable for children, but the versatility of the van is its hallmark. Southvan Allrounder can be used not only as a camper, but also for transporting bulky cargo, up to a motorcycle, judging by the photos.

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