Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in our workshop? Want to know more about exciting media appearances or be first to hear about new product lines?
From our bespoke builds & restorations, TV appearances, magazine articles, summer show calendar and more, this is where to get the inside track on all things Dormobile.
This Land Rover Defender came to us used, really well used!
The exterior pointed to a past life as an ex-commercial utility vehicle. Those stand-out roller shutters used to provide easy access to tools while some poor soul was freezing to death halfway up a mountain somewhere, fixing telegraph poles (or something).
But the tatty roof tent on the aluminium roof rack gave clues to its more recent history.
This was already an adventure vehicle…a much loved and well used one.
When we opened up the rear door, the reality of the task in hand hit home. It was jam-packed with camping gear, shoddy electrics, torn upholstery and scuffed and scraped on every single surface.Read more >
Yes, it’s been a pretty big year for all of us at Dormobile Ltd.
Not only did we move into our new premises in Lyndhurst, New Forest (with all the trials and tribulations that these strange times present), but we have also been extremely busy producing a brand-new batch of campervans.
This summer, a fleet of European type approved Peugeot Boxer camper vans and Ford Transit custom campers have hit the roads. Timed to meet demand of a booming staycation market, we are absolutely thrilled to see the Dormobile name emblazoned on new vehicles once again.
When we started this journey not so long ago, the production of new high-end campervans and day vans was central to our plans. The classic Dormobile is our foundation of course, but how exciting is a brand new fleet of Dormobile motor caravans? We thought VERY, so got straight to work.
Year one has gone really well, but like every road, there have been potholes, closures and diversions.
Supply at these unprecedented times has been the biggest challenge, as vehicle manufacturers closed their production lines temporarily (due to high-demand microchips being hoovered up elsewhere as the world spent BIG on home entertainment) , while camper-component manufacturers struggled with increased global demand.Read more >