The Romotow, folded up and ready for transport.
An interior view of the Romotow concept.
An interior view of the Romotow concept caravan.
The Romotow fold-out caravan... Folded out and showing double weather screens for the deck.
The Romotow fold-out caravan... Folded out and with a weather screen drawn over the deck.
The Romotow fold-out caravan... Folded out and with weather screen drawn.
The Romotow fold-out caravan. The living quarters is folded out, revealing the open deck area.
If you're like me, you probably find it difficult to get excited about caravans. The Romotow's designers felt the same way, so they've put together a unique design concept – a luxury caravan that folds out like a flick knife (or a USB key) to reveal a deck area that expands the floor space of the unit by some 70 percent. Will it make production? Who knows – but it's certainly a remarkable design. Gizmag spoke to W2 Director and Romotow designer Stuart Winterbourn in Christchurch, New Zealand.
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