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Modern Transforming RV Camper by BeauEr

This is a modern transforming RV camper by BeauEr. Doesn’t it look like something out of the future?

When the camper is fully open it offers 129 sq. ft. of space.

Would you consider an RV camper like this one? Please enjoy, learn more and re-share below. Thank you!

Modern Transforming RV Camper

Modern Transforming RV Camper by BeauEr

Images © Beauer

Modern Transforming RV Camper by BeauEr

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Modern Transforming RV Camper by BeauEr

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Images © Beauer

Learn more: http://www.beauer.fr/fr/

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  • Marcy October 7, 2015, 3:31 pm

    Wait. So the pod part can be removed from the truck part? That’s cool. Can leave the part you’re staying in and still have transportation. Neat.

  • Greg Burns October 7, 2015, 4:30 pm

    LOVE the styling! Looks like “Lost In Space” meets “Back To The Future”! LOL! What is something like this priced at? If it was reasonably cost effective, I’m SURE you’d sell a BUNCH of them! Kudos to the designer(s)!

  • Barbara October 7, 2015, 5:22 pm

    OOOOO! Princess Leia’s hair buns have met heavy metal! Seriously though. Interesting, but French only; not in US.

  • Lisa E. October 8, 2015, 5:49 am

    Kewl, but what’s inside????

  • AmyCat =^.^= October 8, 2015, 4:41 pm

    Clever design… but if I’m remembering my euros-to-$ rates, looks like over $50k for the trailer version, no price cited for the detachable-van camper version… and who knows how much to get it to the USA from France… :-(

    Still, this guy should be proud of his design. From photos & floor-plans on the company’s website: the kitchen & toilet facilities are fixed in the center section. The bed and banquette+table built-ins unfold like Murphy beds when the bedroom and dining-room sections pull out from the central compartment.

    Particularly clever thing on the van: the top section which provides aerodynamic streamlining on the roof, directing airflow over the camper section, folds down and becomes a pick-up-style cargo box when the camper’s detached. It’s unclear whether you can pack anything under it when it’s on the roof while you’re driving…

    Biggest downside (other than price) which I can see: no way to store much during travel. You couldn’t have, say, bookcases in your bedroom, and if there was any under-bed or under-banquette-bench storage, you couldn’t store anything breakable, ’cause the compartments turn on their sides.

    Still worth bookmarking… :-)

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