VW has released a “mobile home in a box” for travelers

VW has released a “mobile home in a box” for travelers

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The new modules have been developed specifically for the commercial line of the Volkswagen brand.

Volkswagen has introduced a new range of plug-in camping modules designed for the brand’s commercial vehicles. In fact, each of them is a “mobile home in a box”, which contains a kitchen and sleeping area, storage compartments, as well as water tanks and other amenities that are important on a long journey. The module is located in the trunk of the car and unfolds in just seconds, and if desired, it can be dismantled, restoring the van or van to its original appearance.

Each Volkswagen model has its own micro-house. So, for the Caravelle minibus of generations T5, T6 and T6.1, the brand offers an insert under the name BusBox with a bed and mattress, a kitchen area in which there will be a place for a stove with two burners, different drawers for things and water bottles. In the UK market, a similar set was valued at 3,340 pounds or 4,530,000 dollars.

For the Volkswagen Caravelle and California Beach Tour, the same BusBox is also available in a more compact version without a bed, priced at £2,555 ($3,465,600). The mini van Caddy is offered by the £2,760 ($3,743,700) KombiBox, which has everything the “top” version of the BusBox has but without the mattress – it can be purchased separately for £495 (nearly £671). $400).

Comments
  • MedialexApril 4, 2021 22:51

    Although it is definitely an unfinished replica, I would be interested in contact details, anyway. Maybe this could be an interesting project.

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