Rob Ganley
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Here’s the first, exclusive live-in test video review of the Vikenze, the latest micro-camper from Wheelhome.

Practical Motorhome’s Kate Taylor spent more than a week touring the Anglo-Welsh borders in the tiny Fiat Fiorino-based conversion for the magazine’s next Grand Tour (look out for our July issue, which goes on sale from 11 May).

Here’s the first, exclusive live-in test video review of the Vikenze, the latest micro-camper from Wheelhome.

 

Practical Motorhome’s Kate Taylor spent more than a week touring the Anglo-Welsh borders in the tiny Fiat Fiorino-based conversion for the magazine’s next Grand Tour (look out for our July issue, which goes on sale from 11 May).

 

But in the meantime, find out how Kate got on with the diminutive daily driver: it has an electrically operated elevating roof, a clever kitchen, a two-person dinette that converts into a single bed, and a dedicated locker for a Porta Potti.

 

In fact, it’s so clever, it really has to be seen to be believed, and for those of you who can’t wait for our full review in the magazine next month, here’s a sneak preview of our verdict.

 

 

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