Westfalia Amundsen Offroad Camper

Mar 22, 2018

Category: Rides

Given our current obsession with dropping it all in favor of transient life on the road, Westfalia’s all-new Amundsen 540D Offroad Camper is bound to capture the hearts of those who still remember their old camper van from yesteryear as well as those contemporary souls looking to escape into the backcountry.

Here, the off-road version of their Amundsen lineup comes stock with a 4WD drivetrain complete with a rear locking differential, raised chassis, and all-terrain BF Goodrich tires. Additional exterior features include a Thule roof basket – accessible via an attached roof ladder – a rear bike carrier, and auxiliary lighting. The buck doesn’t stop there either, thanks in part to a roomy and comfortable interior outfitted with a rear transverse bed, full bathroom, 65-liter compressor fridge, and a dinette. Interested in the complete setup? Base prices for 2018 Amundsen 540D start at $51,700 with their off-road package (seen here) offered as a $28,500 add-on.

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