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Suzuki X-HEAD - Tokyo Motor Show 2007 : DigInfo DigInfo News Described by Suzuki as "the epitome of functional dependability and fun", the X-Head concept vehicle features an exaggerated, yet functional, chunky, toy-like, design. "The X from the name X-HEAD stands for cross-utility, so, it's a combination of two different functions and is meant to express a new style of car." The exterior features side and rear storage areas, with panels that drop down and can function as a bench. The X-Head also features full-time four-wheel drive, ladder frame construction, a live rear axle, a limited-slip differential, a mid-mounted, 1.4-liter four-cylinder engine and a six-speed, twin-clutch automatic transmission. "This car combines the running performance of the Escudo and Jimni, with the load capacity of the Carry. We have unified the principals of these three models with the Suzuki design philosophy and made a new and interesting vehicle." The load-bed is also configurable with Suzuki detailing three possible examples, on was the Fashion, for urban driving, the Camper, which has sleeping space for two adults and a Rescue unit for emergency services and rescue organizations. Regarding the cars interior, we have fused industrial with personal, analogue with digital, creating a completely new style. Particularly the information panels in the interior are simple in design with a simple shape, and the overhead console displays the simple analogue style. The dash features a wide monitor information system with high-legibility meters and the door light can also be taken off and used as a flashlight or a hammer in emergency situations.

How To Build A Camper Van / Mobile Home In 20 Days ! *With subtitles!*
*Now with subtitles!* This is a video of me buiding an office / camper van in 20 days! I decided to rebuild a used Volkswagen Caddy Maxi which I found on Blocket (Craigslist) to travel around with in Europe together with my new invention I did not know anything about cars or how to build a room with good temperature, air, electricity, and water. What I knew about myself was that I enjoy asking people about things I dont know, and my experience is that people often enjoy to share their knowledge. So I went out to companies to ask about insulation, ventilation and got useful information. It cost me about €2000 to rebuild the car (fridge, 200w solarpanel and battery included). Today I am travelling around in Europe. If you want to see more of this you are welcome to visit I also want to say Thanks to all nice helping people at: List of items that I used for building my van: Insulation/walls/roof/floor/doors: Electricity/Solarpanel/Regulator/Battery: tm?ca=23_11&w=3 Fridge/Sink/Water tank: Music: Guitar Sound, Clutter, Stay Crunchy by Ronald Jenkees

Practical Motorhome Doubleback VW Camper review
Practical Motorhome's Jeremiah Mahadevan runs the rule over the stunning, innovative Doubleback camper, based on the venerable long-wheel base VW T5. UPDATE (13/05/2013): Danbury Motorcaravans has released a five-seater Doubleback. Watch our video review here: For the full details, visit: Subscribe now: Welcome to the home of Practical Motorhome on YouTube - Britain's best motorhome magazine. This channel will give you regular videos, from inspiring travel guides to 'van and product reviews, friendly technical guides and more, all you need whether you're a first timer or a lifelong motorhome fan. Follow us on Twitter: +1 us on Googlge+ : Like us on Facebook:

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