Bufalino Camping Scooter Concept

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Rides

Sometimes, functionality takes precedence over looking cool. This is the case with the camping scooter concept by Cornelius Comanns, a German industrial designer. It’s not so easy on the eyes, but it’s packed with features.

The camper has a fold-out bed, kitchenette, wash basin, storage, water tank and a mini fridge, all of which fits safely underneath an outer shell that surrounds the scooter. It has a laptop desk, and a seat which pivots to face the kitchenette. The interior has various yellow and black plaid accents on the doors, dash and in the cabin. It’s a beautiful re-purposing of the classic Italian Piaggio Ape, a motorized tricycle that was prized for its incredibly low cost and high level of fuel efficiency.

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