The BusBox kitchen from Ququq is an ideal supplement for buses which already have a sleeping area – e.g. in the folding lifting roof – or which are equipped with a roof tent. The kitchen box turns the vehicle into a fully-fledged motorhome in no time at all, because it is simply placed in the boot, secured with lashing straps, and the compact, everyday camper is ready for the journey.
The sophisticated kitchen modules from Ququq are characterised by their robust construction, quick handling and well thought-out details. When the kitchen is not in use, you have a closed box that is easy to install and remove.
The left side of the box contains a pull-out cooking module with a two-burner gas cooker plus windscreen and a storage compartment for the kitchen utensils required for camping. The centre compartment can accommodate a cooler box on a telescopic pull-out. On the right are two water canisters, each holding ten litres, with a drain tap and two rinsing bowls underneath. The open front panel of the box serves as a table or storage area.

Scope of delivery:
– Campingbox
– Cooking compartment with storage compartment
– Aluminium windscreen locked in place by shock absorber
– Two-flame gas cartridge cooker
– Two ten litre canisters with drain cock
– Two plastic bowls
– Lashing strap 500 daN
– Telescopic pull-out for cool boxes (optional)
BusBox kitchen suitable for: Volkswagen T4/T5/T6, Fiat Scudo, Ford Tourneo/Transit Custom, Mercedes Vito/V-Class, Opel Vivaro, Peugeot Expert, Renault Trafic, and many more.
There are five further kitchens in different sizes, with which many other vehicles can be equipped.
BusBox kitchen: width 115 x height 48 x depth 76 cm, total weight 50 kg, price 1790,- € incl. 19% VAT plus shipping, optional telescopic pull-out for coolers 125,- € incl. 19% VAT.

QUQUQ – the company
In 2011, QUQUQ launched the first all-in-one camping box on the market, combining a kitchen, storage space and folding bed in a single module. The patented camping boxes are still handcrafted from high-quality materials in Germany.
In the meantime there are six models with which approx. 90 different vehicles can be equipped.