These vans have been delivered to us throughout the year at intervals, with this example being the third of 8 scheduled builds.
Starting life as a standard T6.1 Sportline panel van, our first job was to fully sound deaden each vehicle using ‘Skinz’; a product supplied by Four Car Audio. Doing so allows for reduced cabin noise and improved road comfort, creating an experience closer to a car than that of a van.
It goes without saying that our NWCC signature floating headliner was also a must-have addition to each vehicle; incorporating adjustable LED mood lighting into a hidden Alcantara headliner panel… without a doubt one of the standout features of each build!
Already beginning to look like a family vehicle, Kombi bench seats were then added to the rear. During this process we took the opportunity to completely reupholster the Kombi rear seats to perfectly match the front Sportline upholstery. Carefully chosen by Mike himself, the upholstery team used premium fabrics and incorporated an ‘RS-style’ hexagonal top stitch, greatly improving passenger comfort whilst incorporating a matching red top details to match other elements of the interior.
The goal of these builds, Is to create Kombi vans vastly better than those designed from factory. In essence, a family car that rivals the premium feel and drivability of an Audi SQ7, but offering greater practicality and a much higher standard of finish. One of the many benefits of a T6.1 Kombi is the luggage capabilities; the ability to easily transport dogs, large loads and plenty of bikes!
These vehicles will be available at intervals as each build progresses throughout the coming months; please contact Status 1 for all purchase enquiries.