English car maker Mini has taken the wraps off its latest model – the world’s smallest luxury camper van.
The Mini Clubvan Camper has been designed for a single person going away for the weekend.
Based on the firm’s van, the pint-sized camper 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 which can be opened “for ventilation or star-gazing”.
It also has an integrated handheld shower with water tank located under the load floor but the Mini goes without a toilet.
A statement from the Oxfordshire firm said: “The freedom of the open road, a dynamic driving experience and everything you need with you – the Mini Clubvan Camper has it all.”
The Mini Clubvan Camper was one of three unique leisure concepts unveiled by the British manufacturer.
They also showed off the ‘Cowley Caravan’, a two-berth “overnight solution” and the Mini Countryman ALL4 Camp which is a rooftop tent designed for safari trips.
The Cowley caravan, which weighs 300kg, has a gas stove, water tank complete with pump and sink facility while a solar module charges the on-board battery to power the fridge, TV/DVD and audio equipment.
But there may be disappointment for any potential customers as a spokesperson for Mini yesterday (Mon) said there were no current plans for the concepts to make full production.