The British cooking guru, Jamie Oliver, challenged the auto giant, and the company managed to give a decent response. The new version of the SUV Land Rover Discovery does not carry kitchen accessories – the whole design of the car and there is one big cooker. For example, the left rear window rack contains a collection of spices, and in the right is a mini garden with greenery.
The one-of-a-kind, built specifically for the SEMA Show auto show, this car is a bit wider and longer than the model model. In the trunk, it has a retractable cooking stove – not a picnic table, but a full-time cook’s workplace, with a sink, stove, cutting board, etc. And if you open the hood, you will find a 4.7 liters durvan, which is powered by engine heat.
Those who wish to have a snack at the wheel can use a toaster integrated in the dashboard. On three wheels of an off-road car copper containers for beating up of oil while driving are established, the fourth prepares a mix for ice-cream. The transmission is provided with a nest where you can insert the grill shaft or drive the noodles to use the power of the Land Rover engine for mechanical operation.
In the kit to the car there is a complete set of dishes, including a remote grill on charcoal, cans with olive oil and vinegar essence, and also a 40-inch TV. Designers even managed to make kitchen tools from car parts. As Jamie Oliver himself notes: “I asked for a lot, but they did what exploded my imagination.” For all that, this modification of the Land Rover remains a full-fledged off-road car.