Most know that Land Rover has a reputation for making vehicles that can handle extreme conditions and traverse remote locations, and they decided to play with that reputation by constructing a one-of off grid cabin designed to fit into the back of their Discovery Sport. It comes apart and collapses for storage and transportation, and it can keep two campers warm even when it is -20C outside (-4F). There are multiple little windows so that you can enjoy the view or keep an eye on your surroundings and it has an integrated solar panel that can charge your phones and tablets directly in the cabin itself. If you need more power, they would simply refer you to one of the 12V outlets in the vehicle itself of course. For an emergency off grid shelter, it seems to be fairly rugged. They tested in their own cold weather facility and had mountaineer Kenon Cool (appropriate last name I suppose) test it in the arctic. There is a rather large window on the one end, which was inspired by the vehicles panoramic sunroof. While it won’t be an option or for sale in general, it does show that a rugged off grid shelter can be designed and transported within existing SUV dimensions at least. Perhaps others will take this concept beyond this simple holiday themed exhibition.