The Mahindra Bolero Camper-based caravan is aimed at tour operators and could be offered as a self-drive rental.
Mahindra has partnered with Campervan Factory to launch affordable campervans in India.
Mahindra and IIT Madras’ Advanced Manufacturing Technology Development Centre (AMTDC) plans to develop caravans based on the Bolero Camper double-cab. The International Centre for Clean Water (ICCW) will be taking care of water management and waste disposal, while Saint Gobain Research Centre will develop glazed windows.
The campervan will have a sleeping and dining space for four occupants, a mini-fridge, television, microwave and optional air-conditioning. It will also have running water with a shower and a bio-toilet which doesn’t require a septic tank. Instead, the vehicle comes with a separate tank that is filled with bacteria which decomposes the waste into methane, carbon dioxide and water.
The Mahindra Bolero Camper-based caravan is aimed at tour operators and aggregators in the tourism industry.
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