Campervans have proven exceptionally popular in 2020 as many have looked to ‘staycations’ as their way of getting away on holiday.

And buyers will soon have another option to choose from, as Vauxhall has revealed its new Vivaro Life campervan. Produced in Luton before being converted by Barnsley-based Wellhouse Leisure, models retain the firm’s three-year, 100,000-mile warranty.

The four-seater campervan features a pop-up roof, which is available with an upper bed roof as an optional extra, along with a 25-litre compressor fridge, on-board water tank, 12V and 240V power units and 2.2kW heating system.

It also comes with a kitchen equipped with gas, allowing for two hobs, along with full interior lighting. A solar panel also helps to keep appliances charged.

Based on the high-spec Elite specification, the van comes well-equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels, a head-up display, reversing camera and adaptive cruise control.

Prices start from £46,000, with a range of personalisation options available. It will go on sale at the start of 2021, with Vauxhall also confirming that a campervan based on the electric Vivaro-e is also in the pipeline.

The Vivaro Elite Campervan goes head-to-head with models such as the Ford Transit Custom Nugget and Volkswagen California in the popular van-based campervan class.

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