Fiat Ducato Camper Concept Revealed With Removable Interior
This motorhome concept is the RV equivalent of a transformer because it offers a fully modular interior. At vacation time, the cabin can be ready to live on the road. Alternatively, everything can go out to create a minivan. A third transformation is to install seats so that the owner can transport people rather than goods.
Using a 6-meter (19.7-foot) Fiat Ducato is the starting point, the concept comes from the Vöhringer company. With the RV equipment in place, there are all the amenities that a person would want. For example, the kitchenette with two burners and a small sink is a modular unit that attaches to the floor rails.
The wet bath is similar in being fully removable from the vehicle. It has a toilet and a shower. To be waterproof, there is a roller enclosure to seal the shower.
A deployable table provides a place to eat. There are two fixed seats and swivel chairs for the front occupants allowing four people to have a meal together.
At the back, there are side-by-side beds that are 6.6 feet (2 meters) long. They fold into the walls to create more space when not resting.
Although not visible here, the Vöhringer brochure indicates that one potential option would be the installation of a workstation in the cab so that one person can follow the work on the road.
When everything comes out of the van, the construction of the floor ensures that even the cable duct is no longer visible. The floor rails also serve as attachment points for conventional seats. With enough seating for six, there is always decent space to haul their luggage in the back.
Vöhringer is showcasing this motorhome concept at the 2020 Düsseldorf Caravan Show. It is not clear whether the company intends to build the vehicle, but nothing here seems to go beyond going into production.