Toyota Proace camper conversion unveiled

Published 11 November 2013

The new Toyota Proace has already been given the campervan treatment by conversion specialists G&P. The Staffordshire-based firm has unveiled a four-berth camper version of a long wheelbase Proace complete with an elevating roof section and roof bed.

It also gets swivelling seats, blackout curtains, a non-slip floor, an electric access step, a portable toilet and a dining table stowed on the tailgate for use in or outside the vehicle. Other features include a kitchen hob and sink, integrated microwave, wardrobe space, a fridge-freezer, power sockets, TV and even a utility shower

The vehicle can be supplied by G&P as it is or alternatively can be tailored for each customer if required. The high-top roof setion is optional so if you don't need a four berth you can do without it. The conversion takes around six weeks to complete.

Gez Clifford, Proprietor of G&P said, "We have plenty of experience working in the past with the Toyota Powervan, which was very popular up to the time production ended two years ago. We are confident Proace can prove just as successful, Toyota is highly regarded and we’ve received endless comments about the reliability of their vehicles and solid look of the new Proace."

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