For eight years, the Franco-German brand Bürstner had abandoned vehicle production at its Wissembourg site in Alsace in favour of its Kehl site on the German side of the border. However, in response to market demand, the Wissembourg plant is back in business with the new Copa van. A compact vehicle based on the Ford Transit Custom, which confirms the popularity of vans at the moment. The Wissembourg factory is thus reviving a tradition. From 1974 to 2014, it produced caravans and motor homes. The Copa will therefore be the first vehicle made in France by Bürstner for 8 years.
A compact van with a pop-up roof
A well-equipped van
The Copa is well equipped as standard: tinted windows, 16″ aluminium wheels, parking assistance, tyre pressure sensor, cruise control, etc. The Copa is well equipped as standard, with tinted windows, 16″ aluminium wheels, parking aid, tyre pressure sensor, cruise control, etc. This equipment can be enhanced with various options such as automatic gearbox, bi-xenon headlights or the Ford safety pack.
We will be sure to offer you a test of the Copa as soon as it becomes available.