A German motorhome manufacturer has begun selling recreational vehicles big enough to carry a small car in its belly.
The convenience of having two vehicles in one comes with a hefty price.
In Europe, the cheapest offering starts at €320,000 (approximately $372,000) and climbs beyond €335,000 ($389,000) with a few options added.
The next model up is the Concorde Atego (based on the new generation Mercedes Atego truck). It starts from €430,000 ($499,000) and the price stretches beyond €448,000 ($520,000) with a few options added.
Click here to see the full report from Joshua Lawton in Australia’s CarAdvice.com.