Sunday, September 20

LuxeCamper is India’s first commercially approved premium motorhome

Bengaluru-based start-up Campervan Camps and Holidays India have unveiled LuxeCamper. CM of Karnataka along with the tourism Minister CT Ravi flagged off a fully-equipped Camper Van called the Luxe Camper that promises to bring in a whole new dimension to the concept of travel. The campers are now available in Karnataka & soon will be available across the country.

The luxe Camper which is India’s first commercially approved premium Motorhome is not your ordinary vehicle, it’s literally your home on the move. The camper can accommodate about 8 people. The LuxeCamper has been approved by the ARAI as per the AIS-124 standards. The motorhomes are based on an Ashok Leyland chassis with a 4,200mm wheelbase.

The camper comprises two independent compartments for driver and the passengers. It lounge at the rear which can be converted into a queen-sized bed, along with a motorised, suspended queen bed at the front for the accommodation.

There’s also a fully functional kitchenette onboard, complete with an induction stove, microwave, toaster, electric kettle and a fridge/freezer. Having these amenities mean that customers will not have to rely on hotels and restaurants on their holiday.    Wi-Fi, charging points, and several other amenities are also in the camper that will come in handy when travelling.

All the appliances are powered by an inverter which is charged using roof-mounted solar panels. To ensure the safety of the traveller, the LuxeCamper is fitted with 360-degree cameras, emergency exits, fire extinguishers, first-aid kits, speed governor and a GPS tracker.

LuxeCamper motorhomes are currently operational in Karnataka only but the company plans to expand it to other parts of the country. The concept of camper homes and caravans is quite popular in western countries but is yet to catch up in India as customizing a van into a camper/caravan is quite an expensive affair. Nonetheless, this kind of travelling to become popular in the post-COVID-19 scenario. 

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