At the back, to the left, and below
The Cub’s entrance is to the left in the back and access is made easy via a fold-down step. The number plate is mounted below the step and is only visible when the step is folded up. Next to the step is a copper tap that’s connected to a built-in 60 ℓ water tank. To the right of the door is a lockable cupboard where you’ll find a pump-powered 5,5 ℓ gas shower (also connected to the water tank). Above the entrance and shower is an LED strip that changes colour from white to yellow to red at the press of a button. On the Cub’s left side is an aluminium table that folds flat against the body and clips in place. Next to the table, above the axle, is a split hatch. The top half flips open to form a makeshift canopy and the bottom part folds down horizontally. There is a twin gas cooker on the bottom hatch. The fold-out kitchen is well equipped – there are plates, glasses, and cutlery for two – but there is no LED roof light. There is a 12 V Hella socket in the panel to the left above the fold-out kitchen. Next to the kitchen is a another door that swings to the left – this is where you’ll find the fridge-freezer on a drawer. On the inside of the door is a folding frame that holds a basin and a drying rack. There’s a fold-out canvas canopy with side panels so you can cook even if it’s raining. You drop the four corner steadies by pulling on a red tab at each one. With the steadies deployed it’s a simple matter to crank them with a standard wheel spanner until the Cub is level.