V. Żuk expectable interior space

I had quite a hard time, so far, to find proper data/blueprints regarding Żuk exact dimensions. I more or less ended up with the following:

I gives clues but it lacks a lot. I also checked on 3d models available over the web. First one seems very accurate but sold 75$, a bit too much for my needs. Second may not be as neat but has the merit of immediate availability.

Still, that’s not overly practical to get a notion of dimensions. So I did some LibreCAD dirty hack to end up with the following:

zuk2lateral

Just the max height (2094 instead of at least 2180) gives a notion of how inaccurate this is. I’ll improve it if I come up with better data, which should be, I hope, possible. Still, it is enough for me to picture a bit better how much space I can count on. And, by comparison to basic Renault Trafic van, is is not that bad: not much longer than a L1H1 but the ceiling is definitely higher, even though not that high to walk in there on high heels.

dim-H1-1

Obviously, people making camper vans out of Renault Trafic tends to go for the L2H2 size, with much higher ceiling. But the Żuk compares well to (ie : beat in height) WV Combi:

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