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The Future is Electric

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    Originally posted by kernowjon View Post
    Further to post #53 I think this van may make the base for a nice 2 berth camper / day van - fit a elevating roof. Manouverability is a big plus as it is derived from a London Taxi. Jon
    That VN5 looks good and gets a good write up from Parkers. The load bay may be just a bit tight though.

    The Transit Custom PHEV and the Vivaro-e L2 might be of interest. The Transit appears just wide enough to allow a not too tall person's bed to be built width ways at the tail end with a mid galley.
    The Vivaro-e L2 is just that bit longer, enough to fit the traditional end kitchen and a double or two narrow berths lengthways.

    The Vivaro-e looks like a serious alternative to the e-Ducato battery only vans.

    3 EV Van Dims..jpg


      Electric Campers? Here they are from Wellhouse:

      This is the all new Vauxhall Vivaro Blighty “E” and is our first all electric camper. The Blighty E has the larger 75kWh battery
      The first version of the Blighty E will be built in 2021 and the specifications we have listed are subject to changes when the first one goes in to build. - £59,995

      Ford Misano Limited PHEV 1.0 Petrol EcoBoost 126ps Automatic £59,000
      We now have the Ford Custom PHEV as a campervan option. The PHEV has a 1.0 EcoBoost 126ps engine that powers the electric motors delivered through an automatic gearbox.

      LEVC VN5 future campervan
      First look of of the LEVC which we will be turning in to a campervan in the early part of 2021.

      Image below comes from Wellhouse Leisure too. Looks good to me, created with Photoshop?

      LCV Electric Camper.jpg


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