MINI has unveiled three overnight concepts great for camping and festivals to celebrate the summer months. This collection includes ‘the Clubvan Camper’, ‘the Countryman ALL4 Camp’ and ‘the Cowley’.
Designboom reports that the Clubvan Camper is a luxury camper van that includes a spacious sleeping area for one, an extendible kitchenette with a propane stove and fridge, as well as an integrated shower. There is also a storage rack, on-board satellite navigation, a TV and auxiliary heater.
The Countryman ALL4 Camp features a roof-top tent which folds out of a storage box to accomodate two people, and a specially fitted bicycle rack.
The Cowley Caravan compact touring attachment offers a comfortable sleeping arrangement, twin-burner gas stove and a water tank complete with pump and sink. A solar-panel charges the on-board battery in order to power the fridge, TV and audio equipment.
The Mini Clubvan Camper has been designed for a single person going away for the weekend and is based on the company’s van.
The compact camper van has a sleeping berth for one person and a small extendable kitchenette complete with stove and fridge.
There is a TV, an auxiliary heater and a glass roof that can be opened ‘for ventilation or star-gazing’, but the individual does have to sleep next to the car’s steering wheel.
Described as a ‘versatile home on wheels,’ the concept model has a handhold shower, which would come in handy in such snug surroundings, but stops short of including a toilet.