The Sealander is a camping trailer unlike any other, because it’s “tiny enough that it can be towed even by subcompact cars without a special permit, extra mirrors or gear, and serves as a kitchen, a tent and a boat.” Video after the break.

The motor is also low-emissions, so you don’t have to feel bad that your idea of “getting back to nature” includes a $24,000 amphibious trailer.

[via PopSci]


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