Heading cross-country to see the sites and have a fun time with the family and friends usually involves travelling in an RV. But once the journey is over, the use of the RV also seems to be over. It appears impossible to detach the main driver’s cabin for a pleasant drive.
Colim is a concept vehicle designed by Christian Susana. Colim (Colours Of Life In Motion) may have a cheesy name, especially when it is not abbreviated, but the concept is definitely a selling idea. Colim is the combination of a camper and a car which allows you to take both for a drive or detach the car part to go solo. Designed to bridge the gap between caravans, campers, lifestyle, and business, according to the designer, Colim will carry all the necessities and comforts of a mobile home. Colim can comfortably house four people and the mobile home is created such that it can be personalised to according to the requirements of the user.
Apart from sleeping accommodations for four, the camper half of Colim also has a kitchenette, bathroom, storage and seating. No news on whether the German design student has been able to sell this concept yet.