Tata Motors owned British manufacturer Land Rover has made a compact Christmas cabin, which has space for two adults and can be used in the North Pole, at temperatures as low as -20 degrees Celsius.
Most car manufacturers celebrate Christmas by launching Christmas themed accessories and merchandise. But, Land Rover's approach to making a cabin which folds down to fit in the rear of the Discovery Sport compact SUV is outstanding.
The cosy Christmas cabin was tested by expert mountaineer and 12-times Everest climber Kenton Cool, who took it out to a "final secret location in the heart of the frozen wilderness," as Land Rover explains.
Cool said, "There is a growing trend for off-grid living and 'wilderness cabins', and only Land Rover could create a 'go anywhere' cabin like this. The design is cleverly engineered and incredibly robust, making it perfect for remote locations across the world."