What started in August, the all-new, British-built Vauxhall Vivaro is on a 12,000 mile road trip across Europe and Asia for an excellent cause.
Following one month of travels, a group of three Vivaros arrived in Kazakhstan, where they will continue on to the final leg of their journey through Siberia. Ultimately, the caravan will conclude their journey at the Eastern city of Magadan on the Pacific coast.
The participants of the intercontinental journey include former soldiers and staff to raise money for Help for Heroes. In the mean time, the crew participate in the journey of a life time.
“This is the opportunity for some lucky ex-services personnel to take part in a memorable two-month journey to help them re-adjust to civilian life,” said Steve Bryant, Brand Manager, Vauxhall Commercial Vehicles. “It’s also the perfect opportunity to demonstrate that the all-new Vivaro is built to take it all.”
The expedition is completely funded by Vauxhall, and spans across 10 time zones, 2 continents, and 17 countries.