Just in time for the festive season, Land Rover engineers have collaborated with Danish architects LUMO to construct a cozy Christmas cabin that can accommodate two adults. Tested by 12-times Everest climber Kenton Cool, this foldable cabin can withstand freezing Lapland temperatures (as low as -21°C) with minimal impact on the environment. Hence, perfect for Santa’s peace of mind.
The 3.5-square-meter structure can fold down and fit into the 1,698-liter rear of Land Rover’s ‘Discovery Sport‘ SUV. Built on wooden struts that match the car’s ride height (212mm), the cabin has certain features matching with the vehicle, such as the optional tailgate seat on the deck, and the wide horizontal door opening.
Perfect for a much-needed festive getaway, the tiny cabin comes completed with solar panels on its roof for storing energy to power electrical appliances, electronic gadgets and even the car’s 12V power socket when sunlight goes.
Besides providing a comfy sleeping space for two, the cabin also has enough space to hold Christmas decorations and supplies. To be precise, the car still comes with festive accessories such as tree ornaments, lights, as well as carrots for Santa’s reindeer.
But don’t expect Land Rover Christmas cabin to pop out on the market anytime soon. For now, there is only a one-off. Find out more information in the video below.
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