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LEVC e-Camper hybrid campervan revealed

July 2, 2021

London black cab maker LEVC has revealed the first details of its new LEVC e-Camper, claiming to be the world’s first electric campervan.

Based on the LEVC VN5 electric van and the LEVC TX5 taxi, the LEVC e-Camper is a plug-in hybrid leisure vehicle capable of 60 miles of electric only driving with a total range of more than 300 miles.

Produced in partnership with Wellhouse Leisure deliveries are expected to begin in Q4 of this year with a starting price of £62,250.

The e-Camper has sleeping room for up to four people with one bed in the main body and another bed in the pop-up roof. It features an integrated kitchen with electric cooking facilities, and has a central folding table.

The first row of seats can swivel 180-degrees to provide dining and socialising space, while the pop-up roof means that an adult can stand upright inside.

LEVC will also be launching a range of accessories for outdoor activities like mountain biking and surging with a range of rack solutions.

LEVC e-Camper

LEVC recently announced the VN5 taxi-based van would get Sortimo van racking options after being names as a new conversion partner for the London taxi-based electric van.

Sortimo’s SR5 van shelving has been customised to fit into the LEVC VN5 and will have a range of folding racking, drawers, roof racks and load boxes all available.

Customers are also able to choose their perfectl van storage options with the help of the mySortimo online configurator tool, as well as being able to get vehicle decals created for their vehicle.

Written by: thevanreviewer 

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