The Caravisio comes at a time when interest in caravan traveling is dwindling. According to Tabbert, the registration for camper vans in Europe is at an all-time low, and many believe that it’s an outdated way to travel. But the new Caravisio model, which is dubbed “The Caravan of the Future,” hopes to put this sentiment to rest.
Inspired by the design of luxury yachts, the Caravisio’s aerodynamic shell maximizes fuel efficiency. Two single beds are arranged in a V in the front for travel, but they can be converted to a double bed for sleeping. The front sleeping cabin is also encased in a panoramic window, flooding the interior with natural light. In the main cabin, the convertible space can serve as a comfortable lounge, a work space, or an eating area. The living room opens to the outdoors with a double-glazed sliding door, which insulates the room while providing privacy.
The Caravisio is controlled by a sophisticated high-tech system that allows travelers to adjust settings by iPhone or iPad, truly making it the caravan of the future.