Tiny one-berth campervan update
Wheelhome, the Essex-based manufacturer of tiny caravans and campervans, has revised its Vikenze II, which is probably the smallest camper currently on sale in the UK at just 3.86m long and 1.83m high (with the elevating roof down).
The spec for all new orders now includes as standard a large, 165W ultra-thin (3mm) solar panel on the roof, Driftwood furniture, a built-in microwave (which, along with the induction hob, runs from either the on-board inverter or campsite hook-up). An electric oven/grill is also available as an option.
The Vikenze II remains a single-berth camper, based on the Euro 6 version of the Fiat Qubo and an automatic variant is offered. It comes with an electric elevating roof and is priced from £31,025 on a new base vehicle. Alternatively, it can be based on a pre-owned, low-mileage Qubo from around £25,850.