The Swiss Army knife is an icon of design, a melding of form and function that turned an average blade into everything from a bottle opener, to a second, smaller blade, to a magnifying glass, useful for finding your second, smaller blade. Thanks guys! Turning your car into a Swiss Army knife on wheels: the RoomBox.
From a Swiss marketing company helmed by a former pro downhill mountain biker, the RBox's an ingenious series of modular wooden containers for the hatch of your whip that transforms it into a fully equipped mobile home, necessary for anyone whose mortgage was Optimus Subprime. Some abilities:
Kitchen: Two fold-outable compartments devoted to food prep, one revealing a large steel sink connected to a water tank, the other equipped with coffee-maker, a toaster, stacking pots & pans, and two burners, definitely the only ones you'll see if you're tailgating at a Tufts game.
Table: Fitting up to five people comfortably, the dining station can be assembled in four possible configurations using the car and two foldout legs, or set up lower to the ground in a standalone layout they call the "Zen" table, though given your eating habits you won't leave it feeling enlightened.
Bed: Sleep it off on this approx double-sized mattress, supported across the containers by wood planks -- hey, it's not like Tyler Hansbrough was going to get on the court anyways.
While compatible with pretty much any medium SUV, they offer add-on options for bigger rigs, including an electric cooler and even a toilet, allowing you to display your own personal functionality by becoming a can opener.