Weinsberg’s campervan models fitted with panoramic roof windows
The CaraBus and more upmarket CaraTour campervans from Weinsberg – a Knaus-Tabbert Group brand – are among the latest models to get a Skyroof panoramic roof window in the cab (for vehicles with H2 roof height).
As on Knaus campervans, the new window can be opened and has an insect screen and blackout blind.
Like its parent company, Weinsberg also has a new pop-top roof for its Fiat campervans.
It is built using compact and stable LFI (long fibre injection) technology. In addition to a 2m by 1.35m bed, the pop-top comes with USB sockets, ambient lighting, integrated reading lights, heating vents and an additional fabric to ventilate the mattress and prevent moisture formation.
The CaraTour gets a new interior inspired by the 50 Years Limited Edition models of 2019.
Silver-grey tones and anthracite accents allow buyers to distinguish the CaraTour from the CaraBus, which is still available with the Effect Ulme furniture.
Both of the ranges are available with an imitation leather upholstery for the 2021 season.
Meanwhile, CaraHome and CaraCompact Edition Pepper models switch to the Fiat Ducato chassis (from Peugeot Boxer) and the CaraHome overcabs gain a new wood finish.
The CaraCore A-class is upgraded with an Alde hot water underfloor heating system.
The CaraLoft and CaraSuite low-profile ranges receive a new overcab pod made with long fibre injection and insulated with fibre-reinforced polyurethane, making it light and, at the same time, very stable, even at extreme temperatures.
Both CaraLoft and CaraSuite will also be equipped with an Alde hot water heating system and will each be available in three floorplans for the new model year.