The History Of The VW Logo From 1937 To Today


We doubt that the Volkswagen Caravelle needs much in the way of an introduction; after all, you can trace its heritage all of the way back to the original split-fronted, Volkswagen bus that was launched in the early 1950’s. Things have developed a little in the last seventy years however, so whilst that car was in effect a stretched version of the Volkswagen Beetle, the latest Volkswagen Caravelle T6 luxury van, is purpose built to be a people mover. Able to compete against rivals such as the Mercedes Benz V Class, the Volkswagen Caravelle offers luxury, comfort and of course, plenty of space for all of your passengers and when you have seven or eight passengers, that’s quite important.

Holding a refined and efficient 2.0 litre engine, the Caravelle will not break any land speed records but why does it need to? It offers you everything you need from a luxury van. Sufficient space, the option of up to eight seats, luxury finishes and comfort for everyone. The exterior offers a typical Volkswagen look, with the striped grill and famous badge adorning the front. If you need a luxury van for you and all of your family, try the Volkswagen Caravelle.

Rent the Volkswagen Caravelle for all of your holiday needs across Europe. The Caravelle is particularly useful for ski holiday, where it can fit all of your passengers and luggage with ease. Hire the Volkswagen Caravelle in Chamonix, Geneva, Courchevel and many other locations.


The price offers are individual.
It depends very much on the rental details. If it is a long rental in good locations, or if it is a very short rental that requires a lot of transportation.

VW Caravelle
VW Caravelle