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Volkswagen Caravelle is the name of a van based on the Volkswagen Transporter. For information about the Caravelle, refer to the regular Transporter articles:
- Volkswagen Type 2 (1950-1979), the Caravelle version has a more comfortable interior reminiscent of passenger cars.
- Volkswagen Type 2 (T3) (1979-1992), the Caravelle was a version in Europe and Australia.
- Volkswagen Transporter (T4) (1992-2003), the Caravelle version was in Europe only and featured windows all-round.
- Volkswagen Transporter (T5) (2003–present), the Caravelle version is sold in European left-hand drive markets and in Australia. It is a better people mover with many other features. In the UK, the T5 Caravelle is the same as the MultiVan in other European markets.
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