(Aug. 9, 2018) — Volkswagen has revealed the production-ready ‘California XXL’ and confirmed the name, too. The Crafter-based camper will be called the VW Grand California, slotting in above the existing California Beach and California Ocean models.

(July 5, 2018) — Volkswagen has released a teaser sketch of its new Crafter-based camper van, confirming that it will base a new production model on the 2017 California XXL concept vehicle.

(April 30, 2018) — German automaker Volkswagen AG has quelled rumors that pegged it as acquiring Navistar International, of which it already holds a 16.9 percent stake as part of a ‘wide-ranging strategic alliance’ announced back in 2016.”

(Aug. 22, 2017) — Volkswagen has decided to go ahead with production of an electric version of its classic Microbus camper van as it seeks to boost its electric vehicle credentials.

(Aug. 14, 2017) — Now the good folks from Wolfsburg are exploring an XXL-sized California based on the second-generation Crafter van.

(Sept. 5, 2016) — The financial burden of developing next generation engines to meet new emissions standards is forcing several vehicle makers to pursue partnerships and technology deals, Reuters reported.

(Aug. 19, 2016) — From the people who brought the toaster and kettle comes this Volkswagen Camper Van retro mini fridge.

(Feb. 8, 2016) — Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is offering up to £1,500 off the price of a new vehicle for existing van owners in a bid to keep them with the German company. The offer comes as figures have been released showing the effects of the diesel scandal have caused VW-branded car sales to slump by 20%.

(Jan. 18, 2016) — Herbert Diess showed off Budd-E: a camper van concept that suggests peace, love, happiness and, above all, electric power. The vehicle builds on VW’s heritage as manufacturer of the cult caravanette, which became a symbol of alternative living in the 1960s.

(Dec. 15, 2015) — Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has announced that the fourth-generation Caddy Life and Caddy panel van variants are now available to order with a petrol engine.

(Dec. 9, 2015) — The Volkswagen Microbus will make another return with an electric concept at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month, prior to an official announcement confirming the iconic van’s return to the German car maker’s line-up.

(Sept. 18, 2015) — The head of development for Volkswagen, Heinz-Jakob Neusser had mentioned during the Motor Show in New York that the company is working on a new version of the classic van, according to Indian Cars Bikes.

(Sept. 10, 2015) — The Germans plan to reveal an updated variant of their Microbus camper van concept in January, at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

(July 28, 2015) — The new Volkswagen California is a revised T6 VW camper that was recently released in the UK market as an update to the “old” T5.

(July 27, 2015) — Volkswagen have built iconic camper vans for the past 60 years and the new California, based on the new T6 Volkswagen Transporter van is the latest in that line.

(July 14, 2015) — The adventure continues as Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles unveil the new 2016 VW California Camper Van including a new engine range with fuel efficiency improvements of up to 15 percent.

(June 22, 2015) — Volkswagen enthusiasts from across the county gathered at the Brayford Waterfront to show off their personalized camper vans at a special event in Lincoln, England.

(May 25, 2015) — Whether they’re from Germany, Canada or Georgia, visitors are different when they return from a road trip in one of the fully restored Volkswagens at Florida Oldscool Campers in Pinellas Park, Fla.

(May 15, 2015) — Robert Storck and his wife, Misty, have a love for old Volkswagen campers. They found a 1967 Volkswagen Westfalia camper in Bluffton, S.C., that they fell in love with and bought.

(May 5, 2015) — Oregon-based Dub Box USA is making trailers from scratch, designing everything from tailgate campers, family campers to food cars or event carts.


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