Alpine’s Cross Cabin Camper RV is Designed Specifically for Remote Workers

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Since Alpine’s audial elements have long been what we revere the manufacturer for, its head-turning Cross Cabin RV is genuinely something we’ve never seen the company pull off. Based around a Ford Transit, the new camper van is aimed toward the typical modern-day remote workers and outdoor-loving design buffs.

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With one look at its remarkable interior, you’d think you stepped into an art installation rather than a camper van. Fully lined with mesmerizing bamboo ribs, the luxurious RV exudes a refined aesthetic bolstered by modern-day tech. Behind the ribs are lighting arrangements and audio equipment to maintain its streamlined, Japanese-inspired design language. Additionally, it is fitted with integrated seating areas that can operate as anything from a dining table for four or be to a catch-all table of sorts. But that’s not all, as remote workers are sure to get a kick out of its Smart Table mode, fully equipped with a crisp 32″ display and built-in keyboard. Fellow German company Alphatronics Stream ensures you won’t have to deal with flimsy internet providers, as the Cross Cabin boasts a 12-kWh high-speed mobile router.

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In addition to serving its purpose from a function perspective, the materials used to compose its interior promote a soundproofed workspace, ensuring proper acoustics that won’t distract you from your day job (or recording session). As you move to the other end of the conceptual camper, you will find a highly-capable, swing-out kitchen with an induction plate, foldable faucet, and a compressor refrigerator. You’ll find the shower-equipped bathroom with a few more steps toward the driver’s side. Accomodation-wise, the Cross Cabin’s lounge area can be transformed into a nearly-queen-sized bed with its included cold foam mattress.

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While Alpine has not put forth any information on whether this concept will come to life, you can revel in renders of the Cross Cabin on its website.