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Vauxhall has collaborated with Wellhouse Leisure, a British specialist with more than 15 years of experience in building and converting camper vans, to launch a home-away-from-home variant of the Vivaro.

Based on the Elite range-topping trim level, which starts at £33,368.33 ($44,996) locally in the double cab body style, the Vivaro Elite Campervan will be available to order next year, priced from £46,000 ($62,029).

Some of the on-board amenities include a folding bed, 12V and 240V power units, a 2.2 kW heating system, 25-liter compressor fridge, water tank and gas-powered kitchen with two hobs, while the appliances are powered and recharged by the 100W solar panel and leisure battery.

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The Vivaro Elite Campervan offers seating for four and the front seats can rotate. An optional fifth seat will also be available, alongside the elevated roof system with an upper bed, which will also cost extra.

Elsewhere, the vehicle features 17-inch wheels, front and rear parking sensors, reversing camera, semi-adaptive cruise control, Navi Pro infotainment system with built-in sat-nav and head-up display, among others.

Despite the conversion, the Vivaro Elite Campervan is still covered by the brand’s 3-year/100,000-mile (160,934-km) warranty.

Vauxhall will also launch an electric version of the camper van in 2021, which will be based on the Vivaro-e. The zero-emission variant uses a 136 PS (134 HP / 100 kW) and 260 Nm (192 lb-ft) of torque electric motor, which is powered by two battery options. The 50 kWh unit enables a range of 230 km (143 miles) on the WLTP cycle, and the larger 75 kWh gives it up to 330 km (205 miles) on a single charge in the stock model.

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Despite the current global situation, most of the auto industry is wearing festive attire. Vilner, for one, has worked on a Christmas gift with their latest project, a modified Tesla Model X.

Save for the red Tesla badge at the front, there isn’t anything else on the outside that makes this Model X stand out compared to the Californian automaker’s stock electric SUV.

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However, the Bulgarian tuner is mostly known for its cockpit modifications, so once you open the door, you are greeted by a combination of leather upholstery applied to the seats and door cards that’s contrasted by the red double stitching and piping. More red accents were applied to the dashboard, center console, door panels and even the seatbelts, the top of the dashboard, roof liner and steering wheel were wrapped in Alcantara and the carbon fiber inserts round out the design.

While they usually follow clear directions when modifying a car, this time Vilner had to improvise, as the build was commissioned by the owner’s wife as a Christmas gift for her husband. The project took a few weeks to complete, and when laying eyes on it for the first time, the missus was left speechless – and so was her husband, who returned to the tuner to thank them for doing a great job.

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There aren’t all that many McLaren P1 GTRs in existence, let alone ones that have been converted into street legal models by Lanzante. Doug DeMuro recently had the opportunity to test one of them.

McLaren famously introduced the P1 GTR as the track-only version of the P1 hybrid hypercar. Not long after, British firm Lanzante started selling conversion packages to make the car street legal. This conversion kit costs roughly $700,000 and results in one of the most astounding road-legal cars ever conceived.

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DeMuro starts out his review by talking about some of the key exterior upgrades made to the P1 GTR compared to the ‘regular’ P1. The most obvious alteration is the fitment of a custom carbon fiber rear wing that is mounted to the chassis. Up front, there is a carbon fiber splitter complemented by new carbon canards to help produce extra downforce.

He also speaks about some of the key changes that Lanzante has to make to ensure a P1 GTR can be driven on the street. This includes ditching the polycarbonate windows for real glass ones, replacing the ECU, remapping the engine, fitting locking and unlocking doors, installing an axle lift, and fitting a new steering column. There’s also a handbrake, new headlights, and various other parts that allows you to not only show off on the track but also at the local Dollar General car park.