Futuristic Camper Rotates To Create More Floor Space – To Be Completed In 2020

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Romotow has invented one of the coolest, futuristic-looking caravan campers on the market. It’s head-turning patented innovation has a curvey design similar to that of a boat but has the ability to swivel and open up to 70% more floor area.


The initial concept was first invented by an architectural and interior design firm called W2 back in 2012. However, it wasn’t until the end of 2017 that a group of boat designers from New Zealand actually started building it.

According to the Romotow Facebook page, the first camper should be finished within the next few months. They plan to make different sized campers built for specific accommodations but the cool thing that all of them will have is a massive rounded window that gives you an incredible view wherever you are located.


In addition to that, there’s another circular window that has built-in internal shading to block the sun. The outside of the camper is this sleek, white, hard-body shelled carbon-composite chassis. The average design stretches about 30 feet long and 8.5 feet wide and has an impressive 290 square feet of living space.

Romotow says they are only taking a small amount of orders right now and the starting price is around $350,000, depending on the design that you choose. Take a look below at all the different designs!