NEW Campervans that Remain a Financially Sound RV Solution in 2023

The recent years have been rather harsh on the industry of recreational vehicles, after all buying a camper is not essential in the times of crisis. Nevertheless, travel vans remain a rather lively segment of motorhomes by successfully balancing between affordability and recreational comforts. Today, we are returning to the topic of Camper vans, namely we shall cover the latest models of 2022 and 2023 model years. You will learn about the new platforms that are being adopted, we will explore lavish interiors and list the amenities.
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#1 Airstream Rangeline:

Seeking ways to expand its customer base, Airstream for the first time are releasing the affordable camper Rangeline van based on the Ram Promaster 3500 chassis. Unfortunately, by their standards this still means a 130 grand rig engineered to support a rather lavish outdoor lifestyle.

#2 Outside Van Tails:

Outside Van Tails is a campervan build created for avid cyclists. It can carry six bicycles and comes equipped with all essentials to complete quality field repair.

#3 Sunlight Cliff Adventure 4×4:

Due to the rather underpowered Fiat Ducato platform, the original front-wheel drive Cliff Adventure Edition was falling short of living up to its namesake potential. In 2022 the remedy comes in the form of a 4×4 Ford Transit Chassis and its 168-horsepower motor.

#4 ModVans CV1-X:

ModVans CV1-X is basically the upgraded version of CV1 van, that gets a huge LiFePO4 battery with 13 or 26kWh capacity.


The French automaker Peugeot and German camper specialist Venderer, have collaborated to introduce the all-new electric minivan to the segment of overlanding.

#6 Hymer Free S Blue Evolution:

Hymer Free S Blue Evolution targets first-time camper buyers, packing all of the must-have amenities as standard equipment and offering stand-out styling in Capri Blue.

#7 Grit Overland Go:

Previously known as Paradigm Vans, the Canadian Grit Overland presents its first campervan under a new name. The Go will be sold in 3 off-road guises: Terra, A/T and Baja.

#8 Tonke EQV:

The Dutch Tonke is one of the first companies to exploit the camping potential of the all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQV. The camper can accommodate 4 travelers and keeps all of the premium Mercedes amenities.

#9 Knaus Tourer CUV:

Knaus Tourer CUV expands functionality of a traditional campervan with its full-length/width pop-up roof, that increases the model’s interior headroom to 6.2 feet.

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