Roller Team launches its Livingstone range at the February NEC Show

Roller Team has shown off its new Livingstone van conversion range this week at the Caravan, Camping and Motorhome Show at the NEC.

The two-model Fiat Ducato-based range of ‘vans (see: our best campervan guide), which is now being made at its main factory in Italy, includes two two berth motorhomes, both 5.99m long.

The Livingstone 2 Sport (£56,490 OTR) features a transverse bed, while the Livingstone 6 Sport (£56,990 OTR) features fixed single beds.

Both models include two travel seats in the bench in the front lounge and have a white furniture finish to match the white exterior.

Inside the Livingstone 2

Both models have been built using Roller-Team’s ExPS Evo technology, a polyurethane-based insulation which the company says means you can use the vans all year round.

The Livingstone 6

To make this even more possible there are two option packs available. A winter pack gets you an insulated waste water tank, and insulated external water and heating pipes. An arctic pack, meanwhile, gets you a more powerful heater, thermal blinds to protect the dashboard and side windows, and an insulated rear curtain.

The Livingstone range of ‘vans from Roller Team are not the only new models at the February NEC Show, with other brands also debuting new models. This includes the launch of Coachman’s first ever van conversion range, while Dreamer has also unveiled its City Camp ‘van.

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