Mercedes-Benz Vans aims to cater for all vanlife fans at Caravan Salon

Mercedes-Benz Vans is promising to showcase something for every type of vanlife fan when it exhibits at the upcoming Caravan Salon Düsseldorf show in August and September. The German automotive giant will be showcasing a wide range of new products and services at the event including one of the first eCamper conversions based on the Mercedes EQV, the first motorhome conversions based on the new Sprinter 4x4, the Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo with a fresh new style, and the new Mercedes-Benz T-Class with a camping module ex factory that can be installed and removed flexibly. The company will also be showcasing its Mercedes-Benz Automotive Mobility company, which includes a motorhome rental service that will be further expanded for the upcoming camping season.

Klaus Rehkugler, head of sales and marketing at Mercedes-Benz Vans, said: “We are delighted to be exhibiting at the Caravan Salon Düsseldorf again this year, and to bringing the world of Mercedes-Benz Vans closer to all van lifers. I am particularly looking forward to the response to the camping module for our new T-Class, which we will be offering ex factory and with which we are expanding our range of products around the Marco Polo family. With it, we are once again signalling the strategic relevance that the motorhome market has for Mercedes-Benz.”

The new Mercedes-Benz T-Class – a premium small van that is aimed at active leisure enthusiasts and families, it aims to open up opportunities for newcomers in the micro-camper segment.

A new colour concept of the famous Marco Polo campervan will be showcased. In addition to a standard sleeping bench/berth and pop-up roof, it offers such features as a fully-fledged kitchenette, a wardrobe and drawer modules, and is a real smart home on wheels thanks to the innovative Mercedes-Benz Advanced Control

The EQV offers emission-free vanlife pleasure. Available with two battery type, the larger of which can achieve up to 363km of travel, the van can also be charged to 80 per cent capacity in just 40 minutes. A bold statement from Mercedes-Benz in terms of its credentials as an electric vehicle provider.