It comes with a unique floor plan, with an intimate separation from the driver's cab, creating the feeling of a true home on wheels. That sense of home is further enhanced by some residential-style touches that add warmth to the space, like wood-style kitchen counters, a vessel sink, and plank-style paneling on the walls and ceiling.
Moreover, customization options ensure that you can design a mobile home that is tailor-made to meet your preferences and lifestyle. For instance, the plank-style paneling is customizable, and the rig's flexible layout focuses on adaptability, with optional features like a stowable "secret shower" and an indoor/outdoor kitchen space that allows vanlifers to spend more time outdoors.
A nifty, well-equipped kitchen is an indispensable feature in any campervan so that adventurers can prepare and enjoy their favorite dishes even on the road. The CaraLife 630 LQ has an L-shaped kitchen fitted at the front, a layout that was made possible by the dividing wall that separates the living space from the driver's cab.
This clever kitchen configuration creates enough room for a two-burner stove, a black vessel sink, and a fridge/freezer that can be accessed both from the inside and the outside. There is also a decent amount of counter space for cooking aficionados, as well as a slide-out pantry and a fold-out table that creates an outdoor dining area.
Talking about multifunctional spaces, the center of the van is occupied by a dinette that can seat up to five people. When not used for serving meals, the dining table slides away under the bed and frees up space for an additional makeshift bed or the shower.
The sleeping space is at the back of the van and includes a fixed transverse bed surrounded by soft-touch wall and slat wall paneling. That plank paneling extends to the ceiling and, besides adding aesthetic value and creating an inviting ambiance, it also serves as a space that owners can personalize with pictures, accessories, shelves, plants, clocks, and whatnot.
The bed also props up and transforms into a comfortable lounger facing either the interior or the exterior. During the day, this setup creates the ambiance of a true living room. And there are two different ways you can end up your day. You can lie in bed and either watch the 32-inch television hanging above the kitchen counters or open the van's back doors to enjoy the fresh air and admire the night views. Three skylights allow dwellers to stargaze at night from any area inside the van. They also bring in plenty of natural light during the day.
Powered by a 138-hp 2.2-liter engine coupled to a six-speed manual transmission, the Fiat Ducato-based Weinsberg CaraLife 630 LQ promises unforgettable memories, whether you want to embark on weekend adventures, spend time in the middle of nature with family and friends or enjoy the flexibility of remote working. And it is also offered at a reasonable starting price - €59,990 or approximately $64,750 at today's exchange rates. The only caveat is that only European vanlifers will be able to enjoy the benefits it provides, as the campervan won't be made available in North America.