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This Ketterer Continental RV Has Enough Space for Your MINI or Audi A1 to Fit In

We don't know how you feel about RVs, but whenever we see one, it instantly opens up our appetite for travelling. So guess what happened when we saw the Ketterer Continental, a motorhome that can act as a mothership for a small car.
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Yes, that's right, this RV can act like a moving garage for a small vehicle such as a smart, MINI or the Audi A1 supermini, for example. Now, how awesome is that on a scale from one to ten? We think eleven.

The Ketterer Continental is built on a Mercedes-Benz truck chassis, but the trick is allowing customers to choose from five layout combinations, according to their needs. The company even has a custom line, that gives the buyer full control of what goes into his new RV, from color options to the materials being used on the inside.

"In a Ketterer Continental, there is no limit to the design options open to you. On top of being able to customise colours, materials and floor plans, you can give your truck its very own signature style, from the smallest detail to a bespoke overall package."

Moreover, spoils on the inside include furniture, accented lights and plenty of available seating. For example, the 11250 model offers bold colours combined with wood trim, whereas the 12000 model provides a more monochromatic approach, based on white, grey and silver hues.

Of course, true petrolheads will be impressed by the motorhome's ability to carry a small car, which can be used as a perfect tool for exploration whenever the RV is resting between two long trips.

Imagine you'd travel from one big city to another, park the motorhome outside the urban area and from there you can explore the city in a convenient way, using a small car.

 
 
 
 
 

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