Electric campers already promise to be one of the stealthiest ways to vehicle-camp thanks to their quiet, emissions-free powertrain.Considering the successful reception of the all-electric ID. Buzz, the popularity of camper conversions nowadays, and the legacy of VW buses being designed for outdoor camping.
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In this video we have a custom built VW ID Buzz Camper RV Van by Front Runner Dometic Outdoor roof top tent. The interior is inter alia with a Lamello system equipped, which includes a kind of workbench with wooden worktops. There is also a pull out Mini kitchen, which is equipped with a mini sink, dual gas burners and a Dometic refrigerated drawer. Watch the video from JARO SPEED:
There is an inflatable one there Tent by DometicTRT 140 Inflatable Tent, built on a Frontrunner roof rack and a Quick Release System is mounted. The ID Buzz Adventure also has a Second battery system, a DC converter and charging booster as well as Solar cells on the roof.
That extendable roof tent doesn’t serve actual sleeping purposes as it only provides more room and standing height in the camper. The van is equipped with classicB -Delta4x4 Overlander style aluminum rims with integrated rim protection in satin black finish and come with Off-road tires by Loder in the dimensions 255/55 R18. An estimated driving range of the entry level VW ID Buzz is about 330 km’s (205 miles). The 200bhp rear mounted electric motor is powered by a 77kWh battery. According to VW, charging the ID Buzz from 5 to 80 percent will take 30 minutes when using a DC fast charger.