BMW unveiled a concept camper at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. The camper, designed by BMW’s Designworks, developed it in collaboration with outdoor apparel brand The North Face.
The camper is compact and light, designed to be towed and fits two adults. According to Motor Authority journalist Viknesh Vijayenthiran, it resembles the BMW Isetta city car of the 1950s. It features The North Face’s Futurelight fabric that’s waterproof but permeable to the air with its tiny nano-sized holes.
Learn more about BMW’s concept camper at MotorAuthority.com