Germany-based Mini has entered the RV sector with three innovative products including a diminutive luxury camper, the Mini Clubvan Camper, along with the Mini Cowley and the Mini Countryman ALL4 Camp.
According to a report by the New York Daily News, the Clubvan Camper boasts a single sleeping berth, kitchenette with propane stove and a fridge, a sat-nav system optimized for finding remote locations, handheld shower, TV unit and heavy-duty heater for staying warm whatever the conditions.
To complement the Clubvan Camper, Mini has also created two other ‘getaway’ vehicles which are meant to reflect different aspects of the rise in popularity of camping and festivals.
The Mini Cowley is an ‘overnight’ two-berth compact caravan complete with kitchen, a built-in solar battery charger, a shower unit plus TV and DVD, all in a shell small enough to glide behind a Mini.
The Mini Countryman ALL4 Camp is for those with a more adventurous streak, featuring a roof-mounted tent and fixtures and fittings for mountain bikes so that there’s no need to break camp in order to go exploring the next morning. The Countryman also is equipped with permanent four-wheel drive.
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