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Automaker Caleche Prepares For Debut At LCT Show

Posted on February 17, 2015 by

Caleche's "Sunny" Sprinter Convertible conversion.
Caleche's "Sunny" Sprinter Convertible conversion.

Calѐche will be premiering its new luxury Sprinter Convertible to the North American market at this year’s Int’l LCT Show, March 16-18, at the Las Vegas Venetian and Palazzo resort hotel casinos. The vehicle has become quite popular in Europe, with its adjustable cutaway roof that allows for unobstructed panoramic views for passengers.

Robin Verachtert, head of sales for the company, says that they are very excited to be bringing their vehicles to the show, and hopes to build a large dealer network to build close relationships with customers in the U.S. “We feel our convertible minibuses offer two vehicles for the price of one," says Verachtert about the versatility of its adjustable roof vehicles. “When open our vehicles truly are open top convertible mini-buses, allowing passengers to engage with the outside environment while remaining in a high level of comfort and luxury. When the weather takes a turn for the worse a press on the button transforms the vehicle into a closed mini-bus while maintaining the panoramic experience for customers,” he says.

Calѐche has three different open-viewing buses, The Sunny, Le Panoramique, and the Sunrise Cabrio.

The Sunny [pictured] is built on the Sprinter chassis and will be on the show floor a the Int’l LCT Show.

It features a fully electric panoramic roof system, LED lights in side walls and entrance, high back reclining coach seats with full leather trim, three-point seatbelts, folding  tables, feet rests, cup and magazine holder, wood grain floor, air conditioning, roll over protection, and electric sliding door.

For more information on Calѐche, go to www.calѐche.eu.

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