Westfalia offers two versions of the "original" campervan on the chassis of a VW T6 and Mercedes Viano

Friday 03 March 2017
Westfalia has gained more than 60 years expertise of equipping leisure vehicles. Westfalia was the first European camper designer who invented the compact campervan with a Pop-Up roof. Besides, it is the largest campervan manufacturer in Europe and Westfalia designs every year thousands of campers for big car manufacturers like Mercedes, Ford, Opel and Peugeot.

This season Westfalia lanced two new campervans, they have a similar lay-out, but they’re built on a different chassis. The Kepler Is built on the chassis of Volkswagen T6 and the Jules Verne on the basis of a Mercedes Vito. Both of them have a luxurious lay-out and they’re well equipped. Automatically you receive a second home battery and charger, a built-in toilet, shower, a fully equipped kitchen and fridge, 100 % LED lighting, a Pop-Up roof with a double sized bed, … The Kepler and Jules Verne are very popular and were sold out in no time, but happily Vanomobil bought several models for the Flemish customers. Do you need a car to cruise all day long and which transforms during the weekend into a real campervan, with all the required luxury and possible equipment? Don’t hesitate, the two new Westfalia models are absolutely the campervans you’re looking for.

If you want more information about the Westfalia Kepler (VW T6) -> click here

If you want more information about the Westfalia Jules Verne (Mercedes Vito) -> click here