Bett Mobil Extendable Volkswagen Multivan

Jan 27, 2015

Category: Rides

One doesn’t need a massive RV to lumber cross-country to find himself. The latest example of this fact comes via the Bett Mobil, a smartly designed add-on that transforms the Volkswagen Multivan into a full-fledged camper when you need it.

The upper slide-out bedroom fits inside the tailgate and takes only a few minutes to set up, yielding a 53.5 x 78.7-inch sleeping area when finished. The wash area module features a sink with a 20-liter fresh water tank, 10-liter waste water tank, 50-liter compressor fridge, and storage compartment for a camping toilet. The cooking module has a canister stove and storage space for all your cooking tools. An outdoor kitchen is also available, allowing for seating for four. Available only as a module and not as a complete van, the bed alone option costs $8,900, while the total camper package goes for between $13,144 and $16,865. [Purchase]

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