For the first time, Nugget also introduces a flexible new plug-in hybrid (PHEV) option – one of many advanced new features from the all-new Transit and Tourneo Custom family.
Ford worked with leading camper converters Westfalia to develop the all-new Nugget camper, which features the popular “multi-zone” unique interior layout that continues to set Nugget apart from its competitors.
In the living space, customers can benefit from new premium finishes, enhanced functionality and power from a useful solar roof option to make getaways easier and more comfortable.
A solar roof option helps power interior features or recharge the leisure battery, and in ideal weather conditions can generate more power than the built-in features use.
The Transit Custom Nugget Titanium series leads the phased launch, featuring a tilt roof and 170 PS EcoBlue engine with a new eight-speed automatic transmission. Other models, including the PHEV option, will be introduced across the following 12 months.
Fully equipped. Fully ready. The Nugget camper van kitchen has been optimised for life on the road. New features include a 33L drawer fridge, an integrated hob and sink unit with hot and cold water, 20% more worktop space, and soft-close latches and pop-out handles to protect childrens’ fingers. Plus, a flip-up mattress to increase headroom in the kitchen.
More intelligent design makes configuring the Nugget a breeze: the tilt roof is now made with self-folding fabric. A rear-mounted hot and cold shower outlet as standard. There’s integrated stowing for the outdoor table and chairs. Roller blackout blinds for greater privacy. And that’s not all. This is the Ford Nugget, a more flexible and practical camper van than ever before.