THIS is the Land Rover Discovery that has a slow-cooker, toaster, pasta maker, gas hob and rotisserie built in.
While on a long journey facing miles and miles of jams on the M6, us normal folk binge out on usual a usual rotten car diet of sausage rolls, crisps and a mountain of chocolate.
This ensures that when you arrive at destination you feel as sick as a pig.
But, oh no, that’s not good enough for a top TV chef.
So Jamie Oliver has teamed up with Jaguar Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations (SVO) unit to design the chef’s ultimate SUV.
He said: “I gave Land Rover a massive challenge to create the ultimate kitchen on wheels.
“I dreamt big and asked for a lot, and what they’ve done has blown my mind.
“I didn’t think they’d actually be able to put a slow-cooker next to the engine and an olive oil dispenser in the boot, but they did.
“The result is an amazing Discovery, tailored perfectly for me and the family – we love it.
“This unique creation means we can take our culinary adventures to the next level.”
The unique Discovery is the only one in the world that has a toaster in the centre console – how have we survived until now without one? – and a rotisserie driven by the power take off.
Other bizarre additions include the slow-cooker than sits next to the engine, a pasta maker, a gas hob and a deployable workspace and kitchen.
David Fairbairn, Head of Bespoke at SVO, said: “As a team, we never imagined we would be asked to produce wheels that churn butter so it has been great fun working alongside Jamie to bring his vision to life.
“He really wanted to push the boundaries of what was possible with this versatile vehicle and the team fully embraced the challenge.
“Discovery helps our customers make every day an adventure, and this special vehicle will give Jamie and his family the chance to cook amazing meals anywhere they want to.
“The Bespoke team was created by SVO to enable us to really understand our most discerning clients’ needs, so we can tailor vehicles to suit their lifestyle.”
Inside the car is also a living herb garden, an olive oil dispenser a 40-inch flatscreen TV and the modified wheel hub caps double up as butter churners.
The TV chef will be taking the Discovery on road for a three part series which will be broadcast on his Foot Tube YouTube channel.
I’ll stick to my sausage rolls thanks.