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Fiat showcases Ducato 4×4 Expedition concept camper

12 October 2015: Updated with interior pictures

Fiat has released pictures of an 4-wheel drive Fiat Ducato Expedition camper vehicle. It’s only a concept for now but provides a tantalising glimpse of what the firm could do if it chose to compete with the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 4×4 and Transit AWD in the 4×4 van stakes.

Fiat Ducato 4x4 Expedition camper

The Ducato 4×4 Expedition will be on display at the Düsseldorf Caravan Salon, and at the Birmingham NEC show later this year.

Sadly, it’s a one-off at present, but here are the specs:

  • 2.3-litre 150bhp Multijet II engine
  • Long wheelbase with extended overhang and high roof
  • Dengel permanent all-wheel drive system with viscous coupling
  • Raised ride height, wider track and oversized tyres with special wheels
  • Front skid plate and LED daylight running lights
  • Front winch and roof rack with additional lighting and viewing platform

Fiat Ducato 4x4 Expedition camper concept

Inside, the Expedition camper has a custom Tecnoform interior, including furniture with integrated lighting and entertainment system.

Fiat Ducato expedition camper interior seating

Fiat Ducato expedition concept interior rear area

Fiat Ducato expedition camper inside with bed down

Fiat says that although the Ducato 4×4 Expedition is not destined for showrooms, Fiat Professional is analysing the market to stay abreast of new trends.

Visitors to the Fiat Professional stand will be invited to fill in a questionnaire to learn more about their expectations in terms of products and services for motorhomes — and if you’re not going to Dusseldorf or Birmingham, a survey is also available on the website.

2 thoughts on “Fiat showcases Ducato 4×4 Expedition concept camper

  • Keith Parker

    When is it going to be available in the UK if ever possibly in a disabled configuration for a wheel chair?
    for my wife


    • Hi Keith,

      This was only a concept vehicle, I don’t think Fiat have any plans to put it into production unfortunately.



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