Despite being a major player in the van conversions market, Globecar has the focus of a small converter: it builds just one type of motorhome, which has allowed it to perfect its offering over the years.

Indeed, many widely seen van conversion innovations had their origin in Globecar’s design studio.

Based in southern Germany, the brand is a veritable super-producer, with 5100 units carrying the badges of Globecar and sister brand Pössl rolling off the line in 2016.

The portfolio sports two distinct vehicle types: D Line (high-tops; 11 models) and H Line (vans with raised roof sections; six models).

Six Globecar dealers are based in Britain, including SMC in Newark, which acts as the brand’s UK agent.

The Campscout Revolution is one of four 6.36m-long models in the D Line range.

It’s based on the Fiat Ducato and offers two rear berths as standard, arranged as a longitudinal double (sibling ’van Campscout has fixed twin single beds).

Although supplied in right-hand-drive, the side sliding door is on the UK offside and the conversion follows the Continental configuration.