Whether you’re travelling far and wide, or just like to “be prepared“, our flagship model has all bases covered. With a 48L underslung water tank, 240v hook-up and a class leading 60L 3-way fridge, the GT packs all the tools and toys for long-term touring, or a really luxurious mini break. Recently renamed the Classic GT, it was originally called the Grand Tour because it’ll comfortably see you through any multi-month European trek.
And our flagship camper is not just about the hardware. The best part of 300 hours, all hands on deck, goes into the construction of a GT because we pay special attention to its finishing touches – the little things like hand-varnishing its birch cabinets and matching dovetailed table runners to your cupboard doors.
Completing the full cabinet set, these large aircraft style lockers are fixed above the GT units to provide easy to reach storage or a place to store baggage out of harm’s way.
As any seasoned camper will tell you, you can never have too much storage space. This giant, pull-out underbed drawer takes the pressure off your bursting cupboards and puts an end to cabin clutter. Simple to remove if you need to store longer items under the seat.
Working best with a 3-way fridge, a diesel heater saves gas for your cooler and your cooker. On mere sips of diesel it will keep your camper cosy when the weather turns cold.
The most economical method of completely opening up your interior.
While a swivelling double seat is great for everyday driving and ups your passenger capacity, a single swivelling captain provides maximum comfort for the long-haul, 1000-mile treks. Designed to recline (doubles aren’t), captains literally bend over backwards to make sure you arrive in good shape. – Matt
The sky’s the limit when it comes to customising a GT. Get in touch to discuss supplementing your GT package with solar panels, bike racks and more.
See the latest campers off the line in the Classic GT Gallery