Fiat 4×4 Ducato Camper Van

Aug 16, 2017

Category: Rides

When we hear the name Fiat, we typically think of a small, ridiculous-looking car that probably couldn’t even fit our gym shorts within its doors. Now, the company known for making one of the smallest cars on the market is going in the opposite direction by making a mega camper van.

The Fiat 4×4 Ducato Camper Van uses a 150-hp, 2.3-liter Multijet II engine. It has a much higher ride height than the Fiat 500, of course, and it sports a two-tone paint job. The van includes an LED light bar, a front winch and some serious carrying capacity on the roof. It comes with two spare tires and a traction mat on the roof, with a rack that’s reinforced with a walking platform. While the outside is rugged, the inside takes a much calmer and more simplistic aesthetic with a neutral-color cabin, dual retractable flat-screen TVs and a furniture-integrated lighting system. The Fiat Ducato likely won’t be put into production just yet, but Fiat is keeping an eye on the market.

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