The Volkswagen Kombi is a conversion of the Volkswagen Type 2. From 1951 to 1958, about one thousand camper box conversions were made by Westfalia. They were available worldwide, many of which were bought by American servicemen. The Transporter is the best-selling car in history with over 12 million sold worldwide. Since 1950, the Kombi has stolen the minds of outdoor enthusiasts all over the world. Some can even say that it is the unofficial mascot of the #vanlife movement. In 2017, Volkswagen decided to try something new with the Kombi and announced they will be releasing an electric version.
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