Citroën Jumper Type H WildCamp

The Citroën Jumper Type H WildCamp is for those that want to be noticed and have more than the usual level of eccentricity that seems to be associated with us campers!  Caselani Automobili from Italy has developed a very special conversion of fiberglass for the Citroën Jumper, whose design the legendary Citroën Type H recalls. The designer David Obendorfer did not want to reshape the original model, but rather to awaken memories of the 70-year-old icon and connect it with the modern technologies of the Citroën Jumper.
The original modification of the Caravan Salon is combined with a Citroën Pössl Roadcamp R based on the L2H2 jumper. The compact motorhome features swiveling front seats and a two-seater bench, cleverly combined with the integrated kitchen module. The Citroën Pössl Roadcamp R is also extremely versatile and offers a large sleeping area for two people in the interior. In addition to a two-burner gas hob, a stainless steel sink ​​and a fridge with integrated freezer compartment, the kitchen unit has enough space to store cooking utensils. There is a small bathroom as well as cabinets for storage space for clothes and other luggage.
The standard features include ABS and brake assist, ESP including ASR with display, Hill Start Assist and height-adjustable captain's chair seats with armrests and lumbar support.
On request, the Citroën Jumper Type H WildCamp can also be ordered with a Poclain traction system 4x2 with limited slip differential and an Alpine 9-inch premium infotainment system with navigation system.
As a tribute to the classic safari vehicles from Citroën and the classic car RVs, the Jumper Type H WildCamp at the Caravan Salon carries the original color "Beige Gazelle" from 1977. In addition, the show car is equipped with a BlueHDi 160 (120 kW).
Prices for the Citroën Jumper L2H2 in conjunction with the Pössl Roadcamp R upgrade start at 41,597 euros (including VAT); the prices for the type H conversion ex works - including assembly and painting - start at 27,132 euros (including VAT) plus freight costs from Italy.

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