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The Xbus is an Adorable All-Electric Camper Van

The Tiny and Oh-So Cute RV will Reportedly Sell for Under $40K

Image Caption: Image Courtesy of ElectricBrands

Move over THOR, Airstream, and Winnebago—there is a new electric RV heading our way. A German startup called ElectricBrands has announced a camper van version of its Xbus, a versatile vehicle built on a modular electric platform. The EV promises to deliver solid performance and range—along with fun features and amenities—in a cute package and at an affordable price.

Xbus Camper Van

Image Courtesy of ElectricBrands

Founded in 2018, ElectricBrands has been designing and refining its EV platform for the past several years. Last summer, it unveiled its project to the world by announcing the eBussy, a colorful little vehicle that comes in several form factors, including a van, box truck, and a flatbed cargo hauler. The company has since rebranded the eBussy as the Xbus and added a 4×4 off-road chassis to its line-up. It also provided a glimpse of the camper van version of the vehicle, which includes some clever design elements.

Xbus Camper Van

Image Courtesy of ElectricBrands

The Xbus camper comes with a dinette and a small galley kitchen that includes a single-burner stove and a refrigerator. A cozy sleeping area is found in the aft of the vehicle, with a rear slide-out that provides more interior space. The van also has a pop-up strategically located over the kitchen that, when deployed, allows RVers to stand up while inside the EV.

Xbus Camper Van

Image Courtesy of ElectricBrands

Solar panels embedded in the roof of the Xbus supply power directly to its batteries. The vehicle ships with a 10-kilowatt hour battery pack, which gives it a range of up to 124 miles on a single charge. ElectricBrands says the batteries are modular, allowing owners to add additional power cells that can increase the distance traveled to as much as 370 miles. Those same batteries power the van’s lights, HVAC system, and refrigerator and can be used to recharge mobile devices, laptops, and other gadgets while on the go.

ElectricBrands has started taking reservations for the Xbus camper in Europe and expects to begin delivering the vehicles to customers sometime in 2023. Pricing starts at $35,660 for the standard chassis version and $38,320 for the off-road model. As of this publication, there is no word as to whether or not they’ll be bringing them stateside. Watch the company’s website for future updates.

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