Win a Classic VW Camper Van with Tesla Powertrain

A salvaged Tesla powertrain is now powering a classic 1966 VW Microbus for people who want to combine nostalgia with their electric van life, and fancy a flutter on winning one in a raffle. Enter from anywhere in the world for as little as $14.

For those that love the classic look, Zelectric has converted a 1966 VW Microbus to electric propulsion, and the revamped van is valued at around $150,000. Unfortunately, they could only fit 32 kWh of Tesla modules inside the vehicle - limiting the range to about 85 miles. So, if you want a longer range electric VW van, you are going to have to wait for the ID.Buzz in 2022.

Nonetheless, this classic electric conversion still result in a very interesting and unique electric vehicle. Here are the other rather tempting specs:

  • Maximum Seating: 7 seats

  • Transmission: 4-speed manual

  • Engine: Electric motor with 32 kWh Tesla battery

  • Drivetrain: RWD

  • Exterior Color: Velvet Green and White

  • Interior Color: Platinum

  • Maximum Horsepower: 100 hp

  • Maximum Torque: 108 lb-ft

  • Top Speed: 100 mph (estimated)

  • Charge Range: 85 miles

  • Charge Time: Full charge in under 5 hours (240V)

  • Special features: AC charging cord for normal outlets and J1772 charge port for faster charging at public charging stations, regenerative braking, upgraded power steering, rearview camera, custom wood roof rack, front safari windows, front disc brakes, LED headlights and taillights, Alpine sound system with Bluetooth, interior heating system, USB charge ports for front and rear passengers, retro charge gauge

You can participate in the raffle on Omaze’s website starting at $14 for 100 entries and you can increase your chances with 4,000 entries for $132. The winner not only gets away with the Tesla-powered classic 1966 VW Microbus including taxes and shipping costs covered, but they will also get an extra $20,000.

If you don't live in the US, you could use the $20,000 cash bonus to cover your shipping costs!

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