Campervan maker, Rolling Homes, celebrates with £100,000 Volkswagen camper
Campervan converter, Rolling Homes, will mark its tenth year in business at the Caravan, Camping & Motorhome Show 2019 with the debut of its most expensive ever Volkswagen camper.
Based on a VW T6 Kombi with 204PS diesel engine and DSG automatic gearbox, the special anniversary model is expected to carry a price tag of at least £95k, although the final figure has not yet been calculated and it could top £100,000.
Finished in a subtle duo-tone paint scheme with black top half and a deep red metallic lower half, this ultimate Rolling Homes camper will also have a bespoke bodykit featuring completely new front and rear bumpers. This unique styling alone costs £6k before painting and fitting, while the alloy wheels add another £7k and the lowered suspension is worth £1,600.
Inside, the vehicle is described as having leather “everywhere you can physically fit it”, as well as handcrafted walnut furniture with curved cupboard doors. There will also be an Alpine audio system, Lithium ion batteries, flyscreens throughout, a 150W solar panel, the latest SCA elevating roof and a special exhaust system.
Company boss, Mark Cooper, says of this very special VW, “Everything that I can throw at it tastefully will be done.” He is building the campervan for himself, but it will be for sale if the right buyer comes along.
Rolling Homes reports having built a record 70 campervans in 2018 and is planning to increase production to 80 units this year, but there will only ever be one of these ultimate anniversary editions.