Delivery van without side windows or rear seats (Panel Van).
Delivery van with raised roof (High Roof Panel Van), or Hochdach.
Van with side windows and removable rear seats (Kombi, from German Kombinationskraftwagen (combination vehicle), i.e. both a passenger and a cargo vehicle combined).
Van with more comfortable interior reminiscent of passenger cars (Bus; also called Caravelle since the third generation).
Van with skylight windows and cloth sunroof (Samba-Bus, first generation only; also called Deluxe Microbus).
Flatbed truck (Pick-up), or Single Cab, also available with wider load bed.
Flatbed truck, Double Cab, with two rows of seats (DoKa from DOppel CAbine / Crew Cab Pick-up).
Camping van (Westy; with Westfalia roof and interior).
Semi-camping van that can also still be used as a passenger car and transporter, sacrificing some camping comforts (Multivan, or Weekender, available from the third generation on).
Apart from these factory variants, there were a multitude of third-party conversions available, some of which were offered through Volkswagen dealers. They included, but were not limited to; refrigerated vans, hearses, ambulances, police vans, fire engines and ladder trucks, and camping van conversions by companies other than Westfalia.