I’ve long held that the best way to learn to appreciate nature is to get out into it, which is why I tend to gravitate towards stories about van life and the tiny house movement . Dedicated RVs and campers, though, are troubling. Yes, you get out into nature, but with terrible MPG and the massive amount of carbon emissions that come into play making the things, is it really worth it? Do they do more harm than good? Thankfully, the camper you see here doesn’t have those problems, and it might just be the greenest RV you can buy. It’s called the Elektrofrosch. Made in Germany on an electrified motorickshaw frame, similar to the iconic Piaggio Ape, the fold-out camper has a top speed of 25 MPH (40 km/h) and a range of about 40 miles (64 km). It also offers sleeping accommodations for two adults, and even an integrated, fold-out kitchen module to prep meals or make your morning coffee. Plus, it’s super adorable. Photo courtesy of Elektrofrosch Tuk-tuks and motorickshaws, as these little three-wheelers are often called, have got to be my favorite way to get around. They are simultaneously goofy and terrifying to drive, in […]


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