Supercar Maker Pininfarina & AC Future Collab For Electrifying RV Concept

Meet the mobile home of the future.

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The old-school American road trip might look a little different if sustainable automaker AC Future gets its way via a new, groundbreaking RV concept with Pininfarina.

In a change of pace from record-setting Automobili Pininfarina supercars, the high-end automaker partnered with the California-based AC Future to unveil the potential mobile home of the future: An electric RV that would drastically change the camping and travel experience.

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It’s boundary-pushing (in concept, at least) in every way, with an electric-vehicle design and power system that would allow users to go a week off-grid without a charge.

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Pininfarina’s input gave it a sleek, stylish design befitting its fleet of impressive supercars, with luxe interiors that also amp up the typical vehicle camping experience.

And with a mind-boggling expandable design offering 400 square feet with just the push of a button, the RV concept was designed with a better, more premium and eco-friendly experience in mind.

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It’s certainly not the first time Pininfarina has thought outside the box (just see its 2022 line of Pininfarina-inspired iPhone cases) but this takes things to the next level in terms of (potential) sustainability and streamlined design.

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The concept features solar panels that would use sunlight to generate +25kWh of electricity, while an Atmospheric Water Generator system would convert moisture from the air into 50 liters of clean water daily.

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The fact that it’s designed to do all of this while looking more like a premium hotel than a camping RV is noteworthy, to say the least.

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The partnership is a forward-thinking one, designed to meet the needs of a “population seeking more expressive, functional, and eco-conscious mobile lifestyles,” and they’ve certainly set a high bar to clear.

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A beta prototype is set to drop early next year, with mass production planned to ramp up by the final three months of 2025 — perhaps an ambitious timeline, but one that should draw the attention of eager travel enthusiasts interested in a more sustainable (and swanky) way to travel.

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