MINI Countryman ALL4 Camp offers roof-top tent

Article by Anita Panait, on July 22, 2013

For those who often have a hard time getting a good overnight accommodation while on the road, sleeping on the vehicle seems the most ideal solution. This solution is even made more ideal with MINI’s newest offering – the MINI Countryman ALL4 Camp. The MINI Countryman ALL4 Camp features an innovative roof-top tent provides a simple and practical sleeping solution.

All a sleepy driver needs to climb up his vehicle, fold out the tent from it storage box and plump up the pillows! The roof-top tent on the MINI Countryman ALL4 Camp has space enough for two occupants, which means a driver does not need to worry about the sleeping needs of a riding companion.

After a good night of sleep, a driver just has to fold back the roof-top tent back into its back. Its exterior is painted in Absolute Black metallic with white stripes to match the car where its sits.

The MINI Countryman ALL4 Camp also allows a driver to carry a mountain bike, thanks to a specially fitted bicycle rack. The innovative roof-top tent could also easily be mounted on a MINI or MINI Clubman.

MINI Countryman is but an infant in the automotive industry, but in its two years of existence, it has consistently registered continuous growth and has made a mark as a major player in the global car market. That the MINI’s touch, style and values are evident in the Countryman’s look and design has obviously helped the vehicle establish a connection with the market and gain the trust of the driving public.

MINI released in the autumn of 2012 the first Countryman model that offered all-wheel drive capabilities. All the modifications were in the market for all the MINI Countryman models by November of 2012. The exhaustive modifications are showcased in the car’s engineering and the detailed refinements in the car’s materials and design. The result is a five-door MINI Countryman that is spacious and glistens on the inside as well as on the outside, outshining rivals with its optimized ease, practicality, and elegance.

What makes the MINI Countryman truly special are some special features that make the car an exciting technological and design marvel. The Centre Speedo is outlined by newly designed rings that will welcome people when they open the front doors of the MINI Countryman. Also evident are the four air vents, the Chrome Line Interior option, and the various colours that add to the appeal and character of the MINI Countryman’s interior.

The door inserts have also been redesigned to contribute to the car’s elegance and premium standards. The door armrests, remodelled for better comfort and support, and the electric window controls positioned by the door trim all enhance the ambience and practicality of the Countryman. On the driver’s side and integrated into the door armrest is a full control panel which houses switches for windows, deactivation, and exterior mirror adjustments.

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