Behold: one of three known surviving 1963 International Harvester Scout 80 Campermobiles, of which only 88 were ever made. Go figure, sez you.
Inside, there’s a seating area with a table, working fridge, sink, oven and a fold-out chemical toilet. Extendable side panels with window inserts convert into beds.
It runs and drives, it’s weird and it’s yours for €22,700.
Behold: the UEV-440 ‘urban escape vehicle’ from Conqueror Australia – a 4.4m, fully suspended, all-terrain luxury trailer/camper complete with pantry, double sink, surround sound flat screen TV, heating, air-con, a shower and more, including a price tag of between AUS$50,000 and AUS$66,000. (€34k-€45K)
So how are you getting to Electric Picnic? Check out our ride.
The Buffalino Camper. Brainchild of German industrial designer Cornelius Comann (crazy name, crazy guy) and based on the 50cc Piaggio APE three wheeler.
Look, there’s a place for your Powerbook. It has handlebars, for God’s sake.