Mink is an Iceland-based company founded in 2015, and its first camper, the Mink Sports Camper, was released in 2019. It was clearly ahead of the game in wanting to offer people a solution that would help them connect with nature in a more intimate way, but without having to completely renounce every notion of luxury . As per the company’s statement, their goal is to “provide travelers a way to combine the intimacy of camping in nature with the world of luxury travel” because “all good things are wild & free.” In early 2020, Mink introduced version 2.0 of its flagship camper, the Mink 2.0 Sports Camper. Mink 2.0 Sports Camper is a visually striking, very comfy compact camper All good things in life are free (if we’re to believe popular wisdom), but this camper is not – just to make that clear from the get-go. That said, it’s not painfully expensive like many other new products, but neither is it able to offer the same degree of comfort and/or amenities as they do. Instead, this visually striking teardrop camper stays true to its stated mission, that of offering a middle way to camping and a large-size RV. The Mink is tiny (the cabin measures 2811 mm/111 inches in length and 1511 mm/59 inches in width) and is very lightweight (750 kg/1,654 pounds including the towing hitch), which means even a hatchback could tow it. At the same time, it’s aerodynamic and, thanks to its outstanding design, a […]