Camp in Style with Volkswagen’s New California XXL

Volkswagen has revealed some advanced looking autos this year, yet nothing influences us to need to take off more than the new California XXL. With the greater part of the conveniences of a small home, the XXL guarantees to be the eventual fate of RVing. It’s essentially glamping in a one-room flat on wheels.

Like most campers available, this experience van has a bed, kitchenette, and living territory. However, the XXL likewise has advanced highlights like a rooftop that flies up for an extra 7.2 feet of head room, a retractable wet room, a warmed and cooled bed, an extendible work surface, and underfloor warming. The inside of the van is similarly as smooth as the outside, with wrap-around double surrounding lighting and an all encompassing rooftop that is made for stargazing.



Despite the fact that the space may appear to be little (it is as yet a van, all things considered), the XXL can actually develop. The restroom grows from just shy of four square feet to eight—with a sink, shower, and latrine. The kitchen has space for a sink, gas stove, ice chest, and even a coffee machine and additionally a ledge that can change into X-molded burners for cooking.

There’s additionally a lot of resting room with a two-man hang over the front seats and space for two more visitors in the back on a 6.5-foot-by-5.5-foot bed. These spaces withdraw rapidly, obviously, so proprietors can take off in a matter of minutes.


Another modern touch? The California XXL App, which controls practically everything: Users can change lighting, close the sky facing window, and collaborate with the camper’s locally available stimulation framework, which incorporates a LCD projector on to the restroom divider.

The new model develops he ubiquity of the first California, and fuses components from the organization’s new Crafter van, which auto specialists say is Volkswagen’s reaction to rivals like the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Ford Transit, and Ram Promaster. The California XXL is still in the idea organize, yet was appeared in Germany at the Düsseldorf Caravan Salon in late August.



Notwithstanding its West Coast name, the van isn’t yet sold in the United States, so we’ll need to appreciate it from abroad for the time being while at the same time longing for our next street trip.



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