Swift re-jigged its Autocruise panel van conversions this year to bring customisation to the fore.

It’s a neat way of appealing to a wider range of buyers. If you’re looking for a fairly compact motorhome with a basic but functional kit level, then the low price of the base model will appeal.

At the same time, those looking for a little more luxury can add the options they want. Select therefore has more than a hint of the custom-camper market about it.

The Autocruise Select range straddles everything from basic, entry-level ’vans to high-spec comfort by making ordering one a personalised process. You can build up your ideal spec level by choosing from four packs of additions to the basic van, in various combinations.

To test the concept out, we borrowed the 184 Travel with the engine upgrade, additional travel seats, and the Drivers and Living packs.

So, what else and what other options could you go for?

The new Autocruise Select range offers seven floorplans. It’s based on the Fiat Ducato with the new 2.0-litre 115bhp Euro 6 engine and six-speed manual gearbox (a 2.3-litre, 130bhp turbodiesel with Comfort Matic can also be specified).

The 122 and 144 can also have a chassis upgrade to take the MTPLM up to 3500kg.

The Drivers Pack (£1995) adds cab air-con, cruise control, two airbags, captain’s chairs with armrests, cab seat covers, height adjustment on the passenger seat, a body-coloured bumper, black cab trims, a battery shut-off switch and more graphics.

The Living Pack (£1695) adds a rear window, stylish woodgrain locker doors, additional furniture trim details, interior panels on the sliding and rear doors, fresh and waste water tanks with a tank fill socket, a Winter Pack that includes tank heaters and pipe insulation, dual-fuel Truma Combi 4 heating and a Truma Crash Sensor Mono regulator.

The Vogue Pack (£1995), which must be paired with the Drivers Pack, includes a soft-furnishing upgrade, metallic silver paint and body-coloured front bumper, electric, heated door mirrors, 16in alloy wheels, LED daytime running lights, DAB radio and Bluetooth, steering wheel controls, a silver dash kit, reversing sensors and more graphics.

Finally there’s the Luxury Pack (£1795), in addition to the Living Pack. This includes a TV aerial, a 40W solar panel, an electric entrance step, a Midi-Heki skylight upgrade in the rear lounge, loose-fit carpets, pleated cab blinds, LED cab reading lights, a fly screen on the side door, an additional free-standing table, a sink flap with hinge, a bin, a mini-grill in the sink unit, and rear-lounge branded speakers.