Auto-Trail has introduced its first van conversion, the V-Line campervan. The new compact leisure vehicle range from the motorhome giant is based on the Fiat-Ducato chassis and there is an enticing range of different options available.
The new model is less than 6 metres long, has impressive fuel consumption and thanks to its size, offers cheaper ferry crossings, perhaps just three of the reasons why demand is expected to be high.
The V-Line campervan will be positioned at the high end of the market and is presented as a vehicle for all seasons thanks to its Grade II insulation features.
The brief given to designers of the new campervan range was to create a ‘Mini Autotrail’ therefore drawing on the essence of the existing model ranges and pouring those features into a compact adaptation. The creators also wanted to make available something that was different from the models already available.
Standard Features Of the Auto-Trail V-Line
The standard features include an awning; BBQ; shower points; solar panels; pleated blinds; a raised GRP roof, allowing for increased interior headroom. It also has a panoramic sunroof; roll out awning and streamlined exterior.
The front lounge version of the V-Line is a 2 berth with side washroom and comes in Arctic white but is also available in carbon black metallic.
There is an ABS braking system; air cab conditioning; electric windows; swivel chair for driver and passenger; full size spare wheel and flush fitting double glazed privacy windows are also features.
Generous payloads, fully moulded toilet and shower, drawer refrigerator, a full oven and a 4kw 220 v Truma Combi heater also features.
- The Sportsline Pack is priced at £1,499 and includes a stainless steel bumper bar and chrome handle covers. It features low level LED daytime running lights and offers colour change options from white to carbon black
- The Media pack comes with an integrated TV monitor, aerial, sat-nav and a reversing camera for £999
There is a Starter pack available which comes with chairs stored in their own bag at the rear. Alloy wheels, leisure chair, rear and side running bars, a stainless steel front and different kinds of upholstery choices are also available as optional extras.
The first layout available is a front lounge version and there will be more to come towards the end of 2013 and early 2014.
Prices start from £47,999.
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