Lotus Caravans

Sep 15, 2014

Category: Rides

Off-road caravanning—not a phrase you hear every day, right? It’s kind of like “delicious school lunch,” or “Cubs win!” But if anyone can change that, it’s Lotus Caravans.

Each van is meticulously hand-crafted in Australia with a painstaking attention to detail, and a distinct focus on reliability, comfort and style. For example, the Off Limits features leather upholstery, a 23” TV, microwave, a slide-out BBQ, top load washing machine, exterior work lights, and a rearview camera. The Trooper incorporates a heavy duty suspension and 12” off-road brakes, while the Freelander features 16” wheels, and plenty of towing ability. If you’re going to tear through the Outback, or just the Outback parking lot, this is a damn good way to do it. [Purchase]

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