Dreamer Cap Land - everything you expect from a motorhome

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When looking for an ultra-mobile and agile camper, we often have to compromise on equipment and functionality. Unfortunately, if you want to be able to go everywhere, be able to move quickly or (which is more and more common) the camper also needs to be an everyday car - the choice becomes difficult, and the split between expectations and possibilities often turns out to be impossible. In such cases, it is worth relying on specialists for the seemingly impossible - the Dreamer brand, part of the Rapido group, offers very successful, compact campers with a wide range of possibilities.

Today we will present you the longer of them, the CAP LAND model based on the Ford Transit Custom L2H1 with a GVM of up to 3,000 kg and a curb weight of. manufacturer's data 2631 kg. Drive unit for the Eco Blue engine with a displacement of 2 liters and a power of 130 horsepower, meeting the EURO 6.2 emission standard. With a total length of 534 cm and a wheelbase of 330 cm, we get a neat, agile car that can take us almost anywhere. Parking will also not be a problem. With a width and height of less than 200 cm, we can fit into standard-sized spaces found in any urban jungle, and even in underground parking lots. So many dry numbers and data, but what will we find on board this brave little guy?

Dreamer Cap Land – camper for 4 people


There are 4 driving seats on board with seat belts. A great solution is to use sofas facing each other, which gives us space for shared meals or social gatherings. In the rear of the car, we gain access to the kitchen equipped with a 51-liter refrigerator, a sink powered by an electric pump with a black glass cover and a two-burner stove with a piezoelectric igniter. The kitchen equipment will find space in drawers and a cutlery organizer, and the worktop can be enlarged with a fold-out side plate.

On the other hand, at the back there is a toilet with a tank with a capacity of 18 liters. There is a connection for an external shower with a mixer next to it. The toilet is covered with a foldable step leading to the upper bed. If we would like a little more privacy, we can additionally close the curtain. The interior is heated by a diesel-fueled heating system (Webasto with a power of 2kW), and hot water is provided by a Truma gas boiler with a capacity of 10 liters. The clean water tank holds 50 liters and the gray water tank holds 55 liters. When it comes to sleeping, we can easily convert the living room into a bed for 2 people (dimensions 190x130 cm). In a roof bed equipped with a comfortable mattress, the surface area is 190x120 cm.

A compact camper for everyday use


Perfect wall insulation in XHP technology (Xtrem Hybrid Protect insulation) based on polyurethane and aluminum ribs, and floor protection with foam and a layer of polyester are parameters that no "full-size" camper would be ashamed of. When we add "tastes" such as atmospheric lighting or attractive design and colors of furniture, we get a really successful and brave companion for the longest journeys. It is worth emphasizing that under the seats there are spacious drawers for luggage, and right next to the toilet there is also a wardrobe for clothes.

If you are looking for a car that will be perfect as an everyday vehicle, but also as an expedition camper, this is a worthy proposition that you cannot ignore.

The official representative of the Rapido group and the DREAMER brand is M-CAMP from Dzierżoniów, which, in addition to distribution, has authorized service facilities.

Currently available Dreamer vehicles can be found here: https://bit.ly/38dmnLK

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Maciej Kinal
Maciej Kinal

I feel best in the form of trade fairs and meetings with enthusiasts. Technical freak. In my life I have dismantled many motorhomes for the first time. Fan of large vehicles, mountain biking and traveling without weight and financial restrictions. At CampRest, I am responsible for all publications on automotive topics.

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