If you enjoy exploring remote, pristine parts of the world, it follows that you probably want to protect those spaces — and camping around in a foam-filled box hauled by a big truck with low double-digit fuel economy isn’t necessarily the best way of doing so. German startup Cabineer looks to encourage more sustainable, eco-friendly overland travel with a debut truck camper built from natural-fiber composite and insulated with cork. It features a space-optimized interior with toilet and shower and is ready to ride atop a midsize 4×4 truck chassis to explore destinations, local to exotic.
Category: Automotive, Transport
Tags: RV, Camping, Truck, Pickup, Off-road, Off-grid, Green, Eco-Friendly