New LEVC Range Extender Motorhome with 60 Mile EV Range Car News

Black cab producer London Electric Vehicle Company (LEVC) will launch the new e-Camper later this year.

the range extender, which will rival the electric-only Volkswagen ID Buzz due in 2022, will be priced at £ 62,250 and produced by Coventry-based LEVC in collaboration with UK motorhome conversion specialist Wellhouse Leisure.

The e-Camper is based on LEVC’s VN5 electric van, which in turn is converted from the TX taxi. It retains the styling cues of the classic black cabin design and retains the TX’s hybrid powertrain, which includes an electric motor and battery assisted by a three-cylinder gasoline engine.

This allows for an electric-only range of 60.9 miles from a 31 kWh battery, with a total range of 304 miles using the engine.

For the e-Camper, the rear cargo area of ​​the VN5 has been converted into a modular motorhome accommodation area, including an electric kitchenette, a folding table and a second row bench seat that folds out into a bed. As with the popular Volkswagen California, a sunroof creates sleeping space for two.

The front triggers can rotate 180 degrees when the pickup truck is parked to create more living space, while a large sliding door on the side allows easy access.

The e-Camper will be available with a range of racks for carrying items such as bikes and surfboards.

The e-Camper is available to order now and the first deliveries are scheduled for December of this year. This is the latest entry into the burgeoning electric vehicle and hybrid motorhome market, including the next-gen California, ID Buzz, and Vauxhall Vivaro.


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