VW California XXL

VW California XXL: The Camper Van We All Want

Being in the car business for almost 80 years, Volkswagen reported that it had manufactured its 150 millionth car. A significant number of those models, similar to the Volkswagen California camper van, aren’t sold here in the U.S. This implies that the twinge of envy remains every time Volkswagen uncovers something as great as the California XXL. The Crafter was introduced by Volkswagen’s in competition to the Ford Transit, Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Ram ProMaster. Its California is basically a camper van adaptation of the Crafter, with a bed, a kitchen and alternative highlights like a solitary seat for the living region. However, the California is centered on VW’s Transporter van, however, compared to a Crafter work van, it is a fully equipped one room apartment with a supersized XXL.

The California XXL makes it a few strides further, transforming the camper van into something that could be viewed as a suitable home in some significant urban areas. The fly up rooftop gives huge amounts of additional space. The warmed floor and all-wheel drive makes it habitable at all times. The long rooftop includes a settled all-encompassing window. Just underneath that rests a warmed and cooled bed. Moving the dozing territory up top gives space to additionally living space down beneath. Equipped with a retractable bathroom, hot and cold water, folding sink, shower and other necessities, it has everything covered for you to live your days and nights in it, having the comfort of a home.. A fly up window gives ventilation. The living region has an extendable work surface with sink, gas stove and a fridge. It even has a coffee machine installed in a cupboard to refuel you in the mornings.

A sliding entryway opens into the living region. Close to the entryway is a cabinet for filthy shoes. There is minimized lighting all through the lodge, and nine 220V outlets (this is European) and six USB ports all through the van. The stopper floor and white cupboards help keep the space light and open. Dull insides can feel claustrophobic, particularly in something as pressed as a camper van. An extendable table has a few size changes. The front seats swivel back. A seat situate includes space for two more.

Power is sent through a six-speed manual transmission. The motor makes 175 drive and 302 pound-feet of torque. It might simply be an idea, however we need everything the same. Keep your fingers crossed for this piece of art to hit the showrooms in a couple of years.


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