Opel and Crosscamp came together last year to wheel out a premium camper build, and it’s looking to lend a hand to its environment with its latest project. The Crosscamp Flex EV Camper is the outdoor-ready take on Opel’s Zafira-E Life.
It is powered by a 75-kWh lithium-ion traction battery beneath the floor to save ample space. Most importantly, it boasts up to 200 miles of driving with a single charging cycle. When necessary, charging is practically elementary, as you can do so via a wall box or a cable for domestic sockets. When using 100 kW of direct power, it will take roughly 50 minutes for the battery to reach 80%, making it an impressively fast-charging camper van.
The collaborative Crosscamp Flex has a pair of front seats that rotate 180 degrees and a rear bench that turns into a double bed fit for two. In addition to this sleeping space, there are an extra pair of beds beneath the rising roof, as the eco-friendly camper provides space for up to four guests. As far as amenities are concerned, it’s equipped with a gas cooker, a sink, a cool box, and an array of cupboards for storage. On top of that, it comes equipped with fresh water and waste water containers.
The two manufacturers have announced their plan for an “electric urban camper,” the Crosscamp Lite. While there’s no concrete release information yet, we can expect to see the all-electric Crosscamp Flex hit the market come 2023.