Opel Zafira-e Life presented as an urban camper

Re-equipment was handled by Crosscamp


An editor at eMobilCar

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Crosscamp, a young brand for "urban campers", introduces the Crosscamp Flex prototype based on the Opel Zafira-e Life electric car.

In this way, the specialists combine the high suitability of the Opel van for everyday use and outdoor activities with the desire to create an emission-free camper

The 75 kWh battery pack, fitted as standard in the lower body, should allow for longer weekend trips on the electric Crosscamp Flex. This means that a conventional Opel Zafira-e Life can be driven for 322 kilometers in accordance with the WLTP standard. The cost of the camping version is not yet available.

The battery can be charged up to 80% in approximately 48 minutes at a 100 kW DC fast charging station. To conserve battery life, an additional 95 Ah auxiliary battery powers additional on-board consumers such as lights, a refrigerator or a USB port for charging smartphones, cameras or other electronic devices.

As with any other Crosscamp, the all-electric Crosscamp Flex has everything campers need on board for a relaxing night tour. The equipment includes front seats that can be rotated 180 degrees, a kitchen unit, cabinets and a sink or even a gas stove, as well as built-in fresh and waste water tanks. The multi-seat rear seat converts into a double bed in just a few simple steps. The retractable roof offers space for two more beds, so up to four people can sleep in the Crosscamp Flex.

The cordless Crosscamp Flex will be available from 2023. Prices have not yet been announced.

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