- £1m investment in new, larger state-of-the-art factory: now open for visitors to see how a campervan is made, from start to finish
- New video: 2 minute highlights of a Revolution Campervan being made: https://bit.ly/3eFMI8b
- Revolution Campervans: new VW campers from £44,000; conversions of used VW Transporters from around £40,000 (depending on mileage and specification)
- More details: www.revolutioncampers.co.uk
If you’d like to see how a campervan is made, from start to finish, Revolution Campervans, which produces bespoke campers on new and used Volkswagen Transporters, is now welcoming visitors to its new, state-of-the-art factory at Oundle Marina near Peterborough in Cambridgeshire.
Revolution Campervans has invested £1 million in its new factory, which employs 55 staff and will produce over 500 campervans this year. Visits to the factory must be by appointment, which can be arranged by calling 01832 358008 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a taster of the production process, Revolution Campervans has produced a two minute video showing the key stages of one of its Noah models being made: https://bit.ly/3eFMI8b. Every camper is bespoke and created using a wide choice of colours for furniture, upholstery and exterior paintwork, so there’s usually plenty of variety to see on the production line.
For those who are not able to visit the factory at the moment, there is always the option of seeing a finished Revolution Campervan at one of its seven dealers across the UK, which are all now open.
Full details of the Revolution Campervans range, which are available from £44,000 (new) or approximately £30,000 for a conversion of a nearly new Volkswagen Transporter, and its dealer network are available at: https://revolutioncampers.co.uk/
Jonathan Norman, Managing Director of Revolution Campervans commented: “Not many people have seen the wonderful process of a campervan being born, so now that we have settled into our new factory, got all our staff safely back at work and lockdown restrictions are easing, we are delighted to be able to invite visitors to come and see us.”