CampervanCo, the Scottish campervan converter, has debuted the Proace Eco Revolution, its all-electric zero emissions campervan, at the NEC Show.

The Proace Eco Revolution is a flexible vehicle that can be switched from a four-berth campervan to a seven-seat MPV, depending on your requirements. The end result is a ‘van that is ideal for both touring and every day life.

It’s designed in such a way that allows more seats to be added by taking out the kitchen unit, giving you the seven-seat option.

Based on a Toyota Proace EV, it has a range of 205 miles if the 75kWh battery is opted for; alternatively, 144 miles if the 50kWh battery is chosen.

The Proace Eco Revolution isn’t the only debut taking place at the NEC Show this week, with Adria also launching its Active Duo camper in the UK, while Auto-Sleepers has unveiled its M Star campervan. Visitors can also see Vango ViewAR, which has launched at the show.

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