- Volkswagen has unveiled the Caddy California, a daily driver camper van that can sleep up to four people.
- This new release is the fifth iteration in the Caddy family and third camper in the California camper line.
- The Caddy California has a modular set up with an interior folding bed, pull-out rear kitchen box, and tent.
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Volkswagen has unveiled the new Caddy California, a modular camper van with a a bed, kitchen, and tent.
The German automaker has long been a player in the camper van industry. The new Caddy California is the fifth iteration in the Caddy family and the third California camper model in the line that already includes the Grand California and T6.1 California.
But unlike the other two California models, the Caddy-based motor home was built to be a “compact camper,” according to its maker.
Volkswagen isn’t the only mainstream automaker to have a stake in the increasingly popular tiny homes on wheels business. For example, Ford has its own Nugget and Big Nugget: two campers built inside of a Ford Transit cargo van. And most recently, Jeep reiterated its role in the tiny homes on wheels segment by unveiling a concept 2021 Gladiator pickup truck with a rooftop tent and overlanding RV amenities.
Despite carrying the name of a US state, the California will only be available in the EU.
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