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Westfalia Jules Verne

Westfalia named their latest models after famous explorers, men with gusto and that’s exactly what the Jules Verne has got – the gusto to take you where you want to go with reliability, convenience and comfort, and it’s fully-equipped to say the least – the integrated kitchen block has a 2 ring hob, 51l refrigerator and generous storage for your pots and pans and crockery; to the rear of the vehicle there’s a separate wet area with a sink and toilet.

The driver and passenger seats integrate swiftly into the 4 person seating area, which in a matter of minutes can be converted into a very comfortable sleeping area with a double bed. The pop-up roof not only affords more head room (2.20m to be precise) – it also comes into play as a seriously snug double bedroom. Sleek and contemporary interiors won’t leave you wanting for anything, day or night this is a motorhome that gives you complete independence to get out there and see the places you want to see, whether it’s on a city break or time in the wilds.

The thing is with the Jules Verne is that it’s not just a good looker; it’s practical, it’s functional, and it’s agile - underground or multi-storey car parks are no problem for this beast. But don’t just take our word for it – have a look for yourself.

Jules Verne Specification

Length 5140 mm
Width 2244 mm
Height 1990 mm
Wheelbase 3200 mm
Mass in Running Order 2371 kg
Permissible Weight 2800 kg
Seats 4
Berths 4
  • Convinient.
    Based on the Mercedes Vito this campervan is equally at home in both the city and country.
  • Curiously Spacious.
    Although compact in design the Jules Verne can seat and sleep up to four on a campervan adventure.
  • Home from home.
    The Jules Verne features a large countertop kitchen and fully functioning bathroom with wet area.
  • Optimised.
    The layout is well though-out with regard to functionality and storage space.
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